Metallica Minerals are a multi commodity resource company with major interests in nickel, cobalt, coal, bauxite, tungsten, copper and gold. Since its establishment in 1997 and ASX listing in November 2004, Metallica Minerals (ASX code: ‘MLM’) has maintained a core focus on the sustained development of its flagship NORNICO nickel-cobalt project in northern Queensland.
Based in Brisbane, Queensland, Metallica has expanded its asset base with the acquisition of MetroCoal Limited’s coal projects in the Surat Basin and a substantial interest in Australia’s leading pure-play bauxite company, Cape Alumina Limited. Its metals interests were further widened in 2009 with the acquisition of the Wolfram Camp tungsten-molybdenum mine and processing plant (currently under care and maintenance) and Mt Cannindah Copper-Gold resource through its 76% holding in Planet Metals Limited (previously named Queensland Ores Limited).
Mining CompanyNickel, Cobalt, Coal, Bauxite, Copper, Gold, Tungsten
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