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Sayona ramps up NAL

WHILE Sayona Mining’s shares continue to slide and its neighbours get all the market traction for their early-stage mapping and sampling, the emerging lithium producer is getting on with the job of solving problems and selling product – albeit on some pretty onerous terms.

 Stockpiled spodumene at NAL

Stockpiled spodumene at NAL

Ore mined for the September quarter at the company's 75%-owned North American Lithium was off 1% to 224,420t due to lower equipment availability and a reduction in efficiency as operations moved closer...

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