Galaxy sets record for spodumene production in April

By Martim Facada
Published: Monday, 13 May 2019

Australia’s Galaxy Resources achieved record production of lithium spodumene in April while also reducing the cash cost per tonne.

Australian lithium miner Galaxy Resources achieved record production at its Mount Cattlin mine in April 2019, producing 21,901 tonnes of lithium spodumene averaging a minimum lithia content of 5.92%.

Production at the mine in Western Australia was up by 28.67% from the 17,021 tonnes produced in March this...

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