Magnezit commissions magnesite crushing plant in Siberia

By Mark Watts
Published: Wednesday, 22 February 2012

New facility forms part of proposed largest magnesia complex in CIS region

Russia’s Magnezit Group has started up a new magnesite crushing facility at Razdolinsk in Krasnoyarsk territory, Siberia, as part of a string of magnesia investments in the CIS region.

The company has invested 165m roubles ($5.5m) in the facility, which has a production capacity of over 200,000 tpa....

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