Galaxy Resources says will meet Q1 lithium production target after resuming ops at Mt Cattlin

By IM Staff
Published: Monday, 16 March 2020

Galaxy Resources expects to meet its production target of around 14,000-17,000 dry metric tonnes (dtm) of lithium concentrate for the first quarter of 2020 at its Western Australia spodumene project, Mt Cattlin, following the resumption of activities there in February.

By Dalila Ouerghi

Operations at Mt Cattlin resumed following the installation of front-end optical sorters that allow to upgrade the stockpiled ore before it is processed into lithium concentrate, the Australian lithium miner said in a statement on March 13.

The upgrading works are in line with the company’s...

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