Chinese Partners’ Testwork Elevates Chilalo Into a Class of its Own

Graphex Mining (ASX: GPX) is pleased to announce the exceptional testwork results achieved by the Suzhou Design and Research Institute for Non-Metallic Minerals (‘Suzhou’) on behalf of CN Docking Joint Investment and Development (‘CN Docking’), a subsidiary of China National Building Materials, as part of their technical due diligence undertaken in 2016.

Suzhou has applied its proprietary technology and processing knowledge acquired over many years of specialising in graphite and other industrial minerals.

Managing Director, Phil Hoskins, commented on the results:

“These results confirm that Chilalo product is truly market-leading. To achieve the coarsest flake graphite product in the world confirms the reasons for CN Docking’s interest in the Chilalo project. It also vindicates the strategy of partnering with the Chinese, given their extensive market knowledge and proven expertise in graphite processing.”

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