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Reward slashes transport and logistic imposts

REWARD Minerals has identified an almost 20% reduction in trucking costs since it completed its promising prefeasibility study in April as the company looks to dramatically improve the economics for its promising Western Australian potash proposal.

Reward slashes transport and logistic imposts

The costs of moving its sulphate of potash product from the A$450 million LD project at Lake Disappointment some 850km to the port for export make up almost 35% of operating costs.   Reward has called...

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