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Mineral Resources Limited

Mineral Resources is an innovative and leading mining services company with a growing world-class portfolio of mining operations across multiple commodities.

Mineral Resources was borne out of the amalgamation of three companies – Crushing Services International (now CSI Mining Services), PIHA and Process Minerals International (PMI). In 2006, these three companies were combined and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.

We have a long and successful history of providing safe, high quality, low cost mining, mining construction and mining infrastructure services and the experience gained in mining services has enabled a successful transition into a low-cost mining operation.

The foundation of our business has been built from a contracting heritage and strong work ethic. This has driven our capability and success across the business in dealing with commodities and ore bodies. We have created long-term, diverse annuity earnings through the mining services business and operations across different commodities and different geographical locations with Tier 1 mining companies.

We have a large footprint, providing mining services to clients throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, operating mine sites in the Pilbara, Goldfield and Yilgarn regions and shipping product through Utah Point and Esperance.

Our business is organised along three core pillars:

Mining Services
Commodities
Innovation & Infrastructure

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MinRes Doubles Down On Wodgina Lithium

Perth-based Mineral Resources is looking to raise $US750 million ($A1.05 billion) in new debt as it looked to restructure some existing loans and replenish its cash reserves as it pushes ahead with its huge Wodgina lithium processing plant in the Pilbara with US lithium giant, Albermarle.

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MinRes’s Quiet Downgrade

One small point seems to escaped the market amid all the enthusiasm yesterday for Mineral Resources shares after its $1.6 billion sale of 50% of its Wodgina project to US lithium giant, Albemarle and that was the quiet earnings downgrade for 2018-19.

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