Flinders Sends Reprocessed Graphite to Germany

Flinders Resources Ltd. (TSXV:FDR) announced that the first truckload of reprocessed graphite from its Sweden-based Woxna mine has been delivered to Germany.

As quoted in the press release:

The drying, screening and packing circuits of the Kringel processing plant were successfully restarted in May after the winter break and production of graphite from stockpiled material is underway. Several hundred tonnes of graphite remain from a stockpile that was built up when Woxna was last mined up to 2001.

So far this year, Flinders has delivered commercial volumes of graphite to Swedish and German customers and has orders for the balance of Woxna’s stockpiled graphite.

Click here to read the full Flinders Resources Ltd. (TSXV:FDR) press release.

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