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Wolf Minerals reveals improved production and sales in interim report

Production and sales were up 36% and 37% respectively compared to the previous period

Wolf Minerals mine in Devon
The interim loss narrowed significantly to £29.16mln from £50.64mln

Wolf Minerals (LON:WLFE) reported interim results revealing narrower losses, thanks in part to higher revenues generated by its tungsten mine in Devon.

Revenue improved to £23.12mln for the period, up from £10.93 in the same period in 2016, though cost of sales rose to £42.72mln from £39.27mln.

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In the period, the company’s processing plant treated 959,958 tonnes of ore to produce 79,099 tonnes of tungsten. Production and sales were up 36% and 37% respectively compared to the previous period, Wolf noted.

Operationally, the focus is on the mine turnaround plan – and specifically, on improving ore feed blending for the processing plant. Additionally, the completion of a Stage 3.1 construction project for the mining waste facility is also a priority.

Wolf reported a total comprehensive loss of £29.16mln for the six months, compared to £50.64mln in the same period in the preceding year.


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