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Frac Sand Trans Loading Terminal Opens in Grande Prairie, AB

Oct 24, 2013

The facility has an annual throughput capacity of 550,000 tons of frac sand with 3 rail tracks capable of holding 60 cars for unloading. We receive delivery from CN 6 days per week to ensure that product is always available. Features of the new terminal include: ​11,000 Tons of storage capacity 4 x 2,750 Ton silos 1 x 100 Ton day silo 3 spur rail siding 60 railcar capacity 6 switches per week from…

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Di-Corp and Drillers Edge Announce Merger

Sep 6, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Drillers Edge Inc. and Diversity Technologies Corporation (“Di-Corp”) have completed a strategic merger. Drillers Edge will continue to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Di-Corp. The strengths and cultures of both organizations are highly complementary with a shared vision to better serve customers, and offer a more extensive and globally recognized portfolio…

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David Lloyd Retires

Jun 28, 2013

After 31 years of dedicated service, David Lloyd has decided that the time has come to settle into a life of retirement, and Friday, June 28th, 2013 was his last day at Di-Corp.David joined Di-Corp (then Hollimex Products) in 1982 as a Sales Representative located in Edmonton.  His career developed under the leadership of Steven LePoole, which led him to Oakville, Ontario in 1987. There he opened…

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Di-Corp in the news

Jun 3, 2013

EDMONTON, July 3, 2013 — CN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) announced today it will start serving a new state-of-the art frac sand terminal north of Grande Prairie, Alta., starting in November 2013. The new 20-acre facility being built by Di-Corp of Edmonton will have an annual throughput capacity of 550,000 tons of frac sand and have three tracks capable of holding 44 rail cars for unloading. Trevor Derksen,…

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New Di-Corp Brand Launched

Nov 4, 2012

Over the last sixty years our business has changed. Our reputation as the company that delivers innovation and service, as well as the acquisition of several exciting and smart businesses has helped us grow. The result was eight marketing divisions, using independent brand names, serving distinct markets. Being known by several names was confusing. We saw and understood the need for customers, employees,…

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