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Stanmore gears for stronger saleable production push

STANMORE Resources is positioning itself for higher saleable coal production and exports by increasing the logistical capacity of its Queensland coal operations.

September RoM production came in at 4.5 million tonnes compared to 5 million tonnes for the June quarter.

September RoM production came in at 4.5 million tonnes compared to 5 million tonnes for the June quarter.

Stanmore chief executive Marcelo Matos said this would counter continued poor rail network and haulage performance in the Bowen Basin. "Saleable production for the September quarter remained strong...

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