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Mineral Resources Ltd is an Australia-based mining services company. The Company owns a portfolio of mining operations across hard-rock lithium and iron ore. It provides mining services through CSI Mining Services and Process Minerals International (PMI). Its services include open pit mining, crushing, processing, supply chain services, port operations, site services and marketing and shipping. It operates mine sites in the Goldfields region of Western Australia, including Iron Valley, Koolyanobbing and Wodgina. Iron Valley and Koolyanobbing sites are focused on iron ore and Wodgina is focused on lithium. The Company also has a commodities portfolio located in the Yilgarn region in Western Australia. Its commodities portfolio includes iron ore, lithium and graphite.
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Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary
Chief Executive – Commodities
Chief Operating Officer - Mining Services
Managing Director, Executive Director
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Australian iron ore explorer Red Hill Iron Ltd said on Monday it would sell its entire 40% stake in Red Hill iron ore joint venture (RHIOJV) to a unit of peer Mineral Resources Ltd for A$400 million ($293.7 million).
Australia's Mineral Resources Ltd said on Friday its newly formed joint venture with Albemarle Corp had decided to pause operations at the Wodgina Project due to "challenging" lithium market conditions.
* MinRes to get 40% stake in Albemarle's hydroxide plant (Recasts with Albemarle, S&P comments)
Mineral Resources Ltd on Thursday said that Albemarle Corp, the world's largest lithium producer, would now buy a 60% stake in its Wodgina Lithium Project, instead of the previously agreed 50%.
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