Iluka Resources has commenced legal proceedings against its American client, Chemours, after failing to pay the mining company for its scheduled shipments.
Iluka Resources has experienced a decline in mineral sands revenue amid difficult market conditions for zircon.
SIMPEC has received another $5 million in scope extensions to its current structural, mechanical and piping (SMP) electrical and instrumentation (E&I) contracts in Western Australia.
Iluka has suffered a reduction in first half sales this year despite ramping up production of zircon, rutile and synthetic rutile (Z/R/SR).
SIMPEC has added around $5 million in extensions to its contracts across all the structural, mechanical and piping, and electrical and instrumentation disciplines in Western Australia.
Iluka Resources and Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan have officially opened the Cataby mineral sands mine in Western Australia.
Iluka Resources has faced further strike action by its workforce at the Sierra Rutile operations, drawing the intervention of the President of Sierra Leone.
Iluka Resources has awarded national catering and facility management services contract to Australian-owned Cater Care.
Swift Networks has won multiple contracts to provide its suite of entertainment and connectivity services to new and existing resources industry sites across Australia.
WestStar business, SIMPEC, has won more mining services work, including a contract with BHP. SIMPEC secured its first contract for construction work at Iluka Resources’ Cataby mineral sands development in Western Australia last November.
Mineral sands miner Iluka Resources has approved development of its Cataby project in Western Australia after securing offtake agreements for majority of its synthetic rutile production.
SIMPEC, a subsidiary of WestStar Industrial, has been awarded its first contract – construction work at Iluka Resources’ Cataby mineral sands project in Western Australia.
Iluka Resources will restart mining at the Jacinth-Ambrosia zircon mine in South Australia in December, reflecting a lift in market conditions and boosting employment in the region.
Iluka Resources is proposing to develop a new mineral sands project in south-western New South Wales.
Iluka Resources prepares to reopen a West Australian mine thanks to improvement in the mineral sands market.
Iluka Resources has criticised the evaluation which led to divestment of shares in the mineral sands miner by the Australian National University (ANU).
Mineral sand miners have been warned to prepare for a price plunge as demand continues to slide.
Mineral Sands miners have been warned to prepare for “difficult days ahead” as demand from China slows.