Metro Mining ships first bauxite from mine destined for China

Monday, May 07, 2018

   Metro Mining Ltd has sent its first shipment of 62,000 tonnes of bauxite to China from its flagship Bauxite Hills Mine in northern Queensland.

  The delivery is part of a four year offtake agreement with Xinfa Group, one of China’s largest integrated aluminium companies.
  Under the agreement, Metro will supply one million tonnes in the first year followed by two million tonnes for each of the following three years.
  A second bulk carrier has arrived.

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