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NextSource Materials, has completed the construction of the processing plant and the mining camp for the Molo Graphite Mine in Madagascar 

molo mine processing plant 457x240Phase 1 of the mine is designed to process 240,000 tonnes per annum of ore. (Image source: NextSource Materials)

With the entire mining fleet now onsite, president and CEO of NextSource Materials, Craig Scherba, explained that they are now entering the final stages of development of Phase 1 and are fast approaching first production. Electrical interconnections between the plant modules are in progress, which will be followed by commissioning and the start of mining activities. 

Phase 1 of the Molo Graphite Mine is designed to process 240,000 tonnes per annum of ore resulting in a name plate production capacity of 17,000 tonnes per annum of flake graphite. The project in Madagascar is one of the largest known and highest-quality project globally and the only one with SuperFlake graphite, between 97% and 98% carbon purity with simple flotation alone.