Altura reaches binding lithium offtake agreement with China’s Guangdong Weihua

By Martim Facada
Published: Friday, 02 August 2019

Altura reached a binding offtake agreement on Thursday August 1 to supply Guangdong Weihua Corp with 50,000 tonnes per year of lithium spodumene concentrate.

Australian lithium miner Altura Mining Ltd has reached a binding offtake agreement with Chinese lithium chemical producer Guangdong Weihua Corp, the company announced on Thursday August 1.

Altura will supply Weihua with 50,000 tonnes per year of lithium spodumene concentrate, min 6%, produced from its nameplate Pilgangoora mine in Western...

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