South Harz Potash adds another building block with CFO appointment

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South Harz Potash Ltd (ASX:SHP) has added another building block in the development of its world-class portfolio of potash assets in Germany through the appointment of Andrew Robertson as chief financial officer.

Robertson is an experienced CFO who brings a wealth of financial and corporate experience to the company, which was formerly named Davenport Resources Ltd.

He has previously been instrumental in company restructuring, stock exchange listings, equity and debt raising and numerous systems developments and business efficiency projects.

Robertson’s previous positions include Eco Metals Limited, African Eagle plc, White Tiger Gold and Maple Minerals (Canada) and he is based in Sussex, UK.

“Significant contribution”

South Harz Potash’s managing director Chris Gilchrist said: “We are pleased to welcome Andrew to the company at this appropriate phase of corporate growth where he will make a significant contribution to the development of our massive potash assets.

“The company is on track to complete a short drilling program in advance of issuing an updated mineral resource estimate and technical and economic study by the end of 2021.

“The augmentation of Andrew’s skill set to the executive team will be hugely complimentary as we work to deliver our top-tier growth program.”

Today is the first day of trading for the renamed company and shares traded in the range of 9.5 cents to 10 cents.

Change in name

Davenport officially changed its name to South Harz Potash Ltd (ASX:SHP) following shareholder approval at a May 4, 2021, general meeting. 

All current ordinary shareholdings and listed options in Davenport Resources have been re-assigned to South Harz Potash. 

South Harz Potash which has potash assets in German, is also pleased to announce the launch of its new website –