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September 5, 2017 (Source) – Largo Resources Ltd. (“Largo” or the “Company“) (TSX: LGO) (OTCQB: LGORF) is excited to announce that it has achieved a new monthly production record at its Maracás Menchen Mine during the month of August. The Company produced 888 tonnes of vanadium pentoxide (“vanadium” or “V2O5“) in August surpassing by 60 tonnes the Company’s previous monthly production record of 828 tonnes set in December 2016. In addition to a new monthly record, Largo is also pleased to announce that it has achieved a new weekly production record in August of 215 tonnes. The production in August was 11% above the plant’s nameplate capacity and is the result of our operating team’s efforts to enhance efficiencies and to continually improve production.
Concurrently with these new production records, the price range of V2O5 for the week ended September 1, 2017 increased to US$11.00/lb to US$11.25/lb (Source: Metal Bulletin), which represents an approximate 89% increase over the US$5.81average price for fiscal Q2 2017 and a new 5-year high.
“Largo anticipates that as vanadium prices surpass $11.00/lb, representing a 5-year high, its operational performance and low cost production will continue to deliver record breaking results. Largo’s continuing and successful production track record coupled with Largo’s ability to produce vanadium at a low cost demonstrates Largo’s emergence as a key player in the vanadium industry“ said Largo’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Mark A. Smith. Mr. Smith continued, “We believe that Largo’s position as one of the only pure-play vanadium producers uniquely positions Largo to benefit from the current realities of the vanadium market, including the current increase in vanadium prices.”
Largo Resources Ltd. is a growing strategic mineral company focused on the production of vanadium pentoxide at its Vanadio de Maracás Menchen Mine. Vanadium is primarily used as an alloy to strengthen steel and reduce its weight. Vanadium enhanced steels are used in a vast and growing range of products that are used and encountered every day; including, rebar, automobiles, transport infrastructure etc. As trends in the steel industry now demand increasingly stronger and lighter products for advanced applications, the use of vanadium is expected to grow over the medium and long term. Largo also has interests in a portfolio of other projects, including: a 100% interest in the Currais Novos Tungsten Tailings Project in Brazil; a 100% interest in the Campo Alegre de Lourdes Iron-Vanadium Project in Brazil; and a 100% interest in the Northern Dancer Tungsten-Molybdenum property in the Yukon Territory, Canada. For more information, please visit www.largoresources.com.
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