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Elcora delivers first manganese 500 tons order

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Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. has announced that it has successfully delivered its first order for 500 metric tons of 37% + high-quality manganese from Morocco.

The delivery of this first order marks a significant milestone for Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. The Company has established itself as a reliable and innovative supplier in the advanced materials market, and this latest development highlights its continued commitment to meeting the evolving needs of its clients.

“We are excited to have delivered our first Manganese order from Morocco,” said Troy Grant, CEO of Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. “This achievement further demonstrates our ability to expand our product offering and bring value to our clients.“

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Elcora’s advanced materials are used in a variety of applications, including battery technology, aerospace, automotive, and construction. With the addition of Manganese to its product line, Elcora is well-positioned to meet the growing demand for advanced materials in these and other industries.

The Company’s ability to secure and deliver high-quality Manganese ore underscores its commitment to providing its clients with the advanced materials they need to stay ahead of the competition.


Source: Battery Industry

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