Rio's first Mozambique iron ore shipment sets sail
IRJ - June 25 - Rio Tinto has started exporting premium hard coking coal from its Benga Mine in the Moatize Basin in Mozambique. The first shipment of 34,000 tonnes left the Port of Beira today, bound for an Indian steel mill.
Rio Tinto Energy chief executive Doug Ritchie said, “Today’s shipment marks an important point in the phased development of our tier one coking coal resources in Mozambique…We are also continuing to work with the Government of Mozambique to secure the development of comprehensive infrastructure for efficient transport of coal from mine to port, which is a priority for the further development of the region.”
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