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German company Graphit Kropfmuhl GmbH, an operating division of the Advanced Metallurgical Group NV of the Netherlands under the name AMG Graphite, is scheduled this month to relaunch graphite mining at the Ancuabe mine in northern Mozambique, the group said in a statement issued in Amsterdam.
The statement also said that AMG Grafite is currently the only graphite producer in the region of Ancuabe, Cabo Delgado province and that the project is expected to produce around 9,000 tonnes of graphite per year.
The assets of AMG Graphite in Mozambique include a mining concession that includes the graphite processing plant in that district and a prospecting license in Nipacué, where there is a graphite deposit with reserves estimated at 900,000 tonnes.
The AMG Group’s main business is metal production and it has operations in countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, the United States, China, Mexico, Brazil and Sri Lanka, and sales and customer support in Russia and Japan. (Source: macauhub)