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Base Resources boosts profits with increased production

Base operates one of Africa's most significant mineral sands projects

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Workers at Kwale

Base Resources LTD (LON:BSE) offset lower grades at its Kwale mineral sands operation in Kenya with a 66% boost to output during the six months to December 2018, which meant that production was broadly flat when compared to the corresponding period a year ago.

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In total the company produced 49,630 tonnes of rutile, 226,730 tonnes of ilmenite and 17,935 tonnes of zircon and sold into a strengthening market for rutile and zircon.

It all added up to a 13% increase in revenue to US$102.2mln, and a 4% increase in net profits after tax of US$17.4mln.

What’s more, Base also eliminated net debt during the period, an overall reduction of US$34.2mln.

 

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