Lithium Australia to supply cathode materials by July
Lithium Australia is set to begin production in July of some of the world’s most advanced lithium-ion battery cathode materials after recommissioning the facilities of its newly acquired Very Small Particle Company.
The ASX-listed company completed its acquisition of the VSPC in February as part of a bold strategy to create a vertically integrated lithium processing business with operations from lithium mining right through to battery recycling.
Brisbane-based VSPC spent 14 years and approximately A$30 million developing some of the world’s most advanced manufacturing techniques for the production of lithium-ion battery cathode materials.
The VSPC facility includes a 2 to 4 tonne per annum pilot plant, an integrated laboratory, coin-cell production facility and battery-testing equipment.
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