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Canada’s Elcora begins manganese mining operations in Morocco

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Elcora, a Canadian company, declared the commencement of manganese ore extraction and delivery operations in Morocco through its national subsidiary, Ermazon SARL.

The announcement was made on Wednesday, and signifies Elcora’s intentions for strategic growth in the region.

Ermazon, having secured new orders to expand its operational footprint across new sites, has successfully embarked on the extraction and delivery of manganese ore.

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Their Canadian parent company, Elcora, lauded this achievement as a testament to its commitment to catering to escalating market demands while upholding quality and sustainability benchmarks.

According to statements released by the company, the inauguration of manganese extraction by Ermazon exemplifies the dedication to meeting market needs while adhering to industry norms.

Moreover, it has been revealed that Ermazon has already started generating revenue in the second quarter of the current fiscal year, signifying a swift return on investment.

Troy Grant, CEO of Elcora, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are thrilled to announce the successful foray of Ermazon SARL into the manganese ore mining sector.”

The incoming orders bode well for the subsidiary’s growth trajectory and profitability.

Grant emphasized the company’s dedication to harnessing the full potential of these new sites while concurrently upholding environmental and social standards.

He further accentuated the company’s expertise in leveraging these opportunities for the betterment of both the global industry and the local communities where Ermazon operates.

The initiation of manganese extraction and delivery is anticipated to foster positive socio-economic impact through employment opportunities, skill development, and contribution to Morocco’s economy.


Source: Marocco World News

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