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Manganese a star for South32 while Cannington disappoints

WHILE sub-optimal mobile crusher performance led to a sub-optimal outcome at South32’s Cannington polymetallic mine, its Australia Manganese subsidiary achieved record half year production, supporting a 7% increase in total manganese production.

South32's Cannington mine in Queensland.

South32's Cannington mine in Queensland.

The company's Worsley Aluminium operations in Western Australia also underperformed for the six month period to December. South32 chief executive Graham Kerr said: "Despite industry wide inflationary...

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