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Black Mountain and Tembo team up for Lanfranchi restart

PRIVATE battery metals investor Black Mountain Metals and private equity firm Tembo Capital have formed a joint venture over the Lanfranchi nickel sulphide mine near Kambalda in Western Australia.

Black Mountain and Tembo team up for Lanfranchi restart

Tembo has acquired 50% of Lanfranchi for an undisclosed sum. Former Venturex Resources managing director AJ Saverimutto will be CEO of the new joint Black Mountain-Tembo development company. "Lanfranchi...

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