Elmin bauxite sees the light

By Mike O'Driscoll
Published: Monday, 21 February 2011

In just a few years, private Greek bauxite producer, Elmin, has transformed itself into a major non-metallurgical supplier. 2011 is expected to be a busy year: new mines, increased output, port development, and rising demand are all on the cards

View from Elmin’s processing site at Aghia Marina,
central Greece, looking west to the Iti and Giona
mountains bearing bauxite and host to Elmin’s mines.

Greece has long been an important supplier of bauxite to world markets, and has maintained its position as one of the world’s few sources of...

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