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MLG sells crushing plants for $19M

MINING contractor MLG Oz has sold two high-capacity crushing plants to an undisclosed group for A$19 million, and delivered an increased profit despite a challenging environment over 2022.

 MLG is looking to reduce debt and costs

MLG is looking to reduce debt and costs

The plants have been deemed surplus to requirements and will be decommissioned and transported to a third-party site for laydown.   MLG does not expect to have any further role in the plants once they...

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