Galaxy’s spodumene production up, sales down in 2019

By Carrie Shi
Published: Monday, 24 February 2020

Australian producer Galaxy raised production of lithium spodumene in 2019, but sales declined due to lower-than-expected demand in China.

Australian lithium miner Galaxy Resources reported increased production and a drop in sales of lithium spodumene from its flagship Mount Cattlin operation in Western Australia for 2019.

Galaxy’s lithium spodumene production rose by 22% to 191,570 tonnes in the full 2019 calendar year with an average grade of 5.93%, compared...

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