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Sierra Rutile reserves exceed production

SIERRA Rutile, which calls itself to be the world’s largest natural rutile producer, has more than replaced its entire 2022 production, ending the year with more rutile reserves than when it started.

 A worker at Sierra Rutile's plant

A worker at Sierra Rutile's plant

The Iluka Resources spin-off said its improved reserves of 41 million tonnes grading 1.34% rutile was in part thanks to optimisation work on its future mine plans, updated for stronger market pricing....

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