StratMin could look to debt markets for graphite expansion financing

By Josie Shillito
Published: Monday, 09 March 2015

Grahite producer StratMin is hoping to leverage its offtake agreement to access debt market financing for expansion at its project in Madagascar, according to director Manoli Yannaghas. The company may equally be able to rely on cashflow by the time that it needs growth funds, most likely 2016.

StratMin Global Resources may look to the debt capital markets next year to finance the expansion of its 350 tpm Loharano graphite production plant in Madagascar, according to managing director Manoli Yannaghas.

The UK AIM-listed company, which upped its production by 19% over February to 360 tpm wet graphite, is...

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