Syrah achieves first integrated anode material production

By Sybil Pan
Published: Monday, 17 May 2021

Australia-based graphite miner Syrah Resources has achieved its first fully integrated production of active anode material (AAM) in Vidalia, the United States, the company said on Monday May 17.

The successful production followed the installation and commissioning of a commercial scale furnace, and represents a major achievement for Syrah in its strategy to become a large-scale, vertically integrated producer of natural graphite AAM outside of China.

"Syrah’s fully integrated AAM has the same target specification as toll treated AAM produced...

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