Vancouver, British Columbia / ACCESSWIRE / August 15, 2014 / Pacific Potash Corporation (TSX-V: PP; OTCQX: PPOTF; FSE: P9P, "Pacific Potash", "The Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Bing Pan as the company's new Chief Operation Officer and President, effective immediately.
Mr. Pan has 18 years variety experience in corporate strategy, business development, business consultant & advisory, start ups and fund raising. In Mr. Pan's historical career, he has been engaged in a few advanced business sectors in China and North America. Currently, Mr. Pan also serves as the director of Cadillac Ventures Inc. and the director of CapitalAsia Financial Group. Mr. Pan received his MBA degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Mr. Bing Pan will work closely with the board on the company overall strategy and daily operation. One of Mr. Pan's key responsibilities is to lead the management team and consolidate professionals from Canada, China and Brazil to drive the company's Amazon potash project to the next milestone. In addition, Mr. Bing Pan will co-sign all the company's expense with executive Co-Chairman Mr. Balbir Johal.
The company intends to strengthen the geology team further in the near future by involving professional geologists with track record in potash to ensure the optimal exploration program is carried out in a cost effective manner. The geological reports were authored by Andre Costa, previously our chief geologist. The company's present chief geologist is Dr. Harrison Cookenboo who wrote the original 43-101 geological report on the Amazonas potash property.
The Board of Directors is highly confident that under the leadership and with the expertise of Mr. Pan, we will be able to move towards the potential discovery and development of potash on our Amazonas Potash property in Brazil.
About Pacific Potash Corporation
Pacific Potash Corporation trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol: PP, as well on the OTCQX under the symbol: PPOTF and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under P9P. Pacific Potash is engaged in the exploration and development of the Provost Potash Property and the surrounding potash claims targeting the prolific Prairie Evaporite Formation, which is host to multiple conventional and solution potash mines. The Company also has an option to acquire an 80% interest in Western Potash Corporation's (TSX: WPX) Amazonas Basin claims.
We seek safe harbour.
On behalf of the Board,
Pacific Potash Corporation
Balbir Johal, LL.B.
Executive Co-Chairman and Director
Co-Chairman and Director
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SOURCE: Pacific Potash Corporation