Galaxy delays 15,000t lithium spodumene shipment

By Martim Facada
Published: Friday, 28 June 2019

The Australian miner has postponed the shipment at a time of falling lithium compound prices which have led to pressure for spodumene producers to lower their offers.

Australian spodumene miner Galaxy Resources has delayed one shipment of 15,000 tonnes of lithium spodumene previously planned for the second quarter from its Mount Cattlin nameplate operation in Western Australia, it said on Wednesday June 26. 

Although further details were not disclosed by the company, falling lithium...

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