According to the company it achieved total iron ore sales of 3.6 million wet metric tonnes over the last year.
Mount Gibson Iron (ASX:MGX) has released its financial results for the 17/18 year, detailing a net profit results of AU$99.1 million.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Total iron ore sales of 3.6 million wet metric tonnes (2016/17: 3.2 Mwmt).
- Sales revenue of AU$254.1 million on a Cost and Freight (CFR) basis (2016/17: AU$182.7m), equivalent to AU$196.5 million (2016/17: AU$162.0m) on a Free on Board (FOB) basis after shipping freight.
- Gross profit from continuing operations of AU$48.7 million before tax (2016/17: AU$36.5m).
- Net profit after tax of AU$99.1 million (2016/17: AU$26.3m) including Koolan Island business interruption insurance proceeds of AU$64.3 million.
- Cash, term deposits and liquid investments of AU$457.5 million at 30 June 2018, an increase of AU$10.8 million over the year, after Koolan Island Restart Project expenditure of AU$81.7 million and receipt of business interruption insurance settlement proceeds.
- All-in group cash costs reduced by 13 percent to AU$45/wmt FOB (2016/17: $52/wmt).
- High grade Koolan Island Restart Project on track for first ore sales in the March 2019 quarter, with the seepage barrier completed and dewatering underway.
- Koolan Ore Reserves increased by over 50% to 21Mt @ 65.5% Fe, extending mine life to 2023.
- Iron Hill mining on track for scheduled completion in late 2018, ore sales to conclude in early 2019.
- Right earned to a future income stream based on third party rail volumes, commencing on completion of current rail contract and capped at approximately AU$35 million.
- Fully franked final dividend of 3 cents per share, payable either in cash or in shares to eligible shareholders as part of the Company’s Dividend Reinvestment Plan.
- Sales guidance for 2018-19 of 2.7-3.3 Mwmt at all-in group cash cost of AU$52-57/wmt FOB.