We are a leading producer and marketer of nickel, with assets in Australia, Canada and Europe.
We produce some of the world’s purest nickel – and we are also one of the largest recyclers and processors of nickel-bearing materials, including batteries.
Our marketing business deals in nickel metal as well as concentrates, intermediates and ferronickel.
Nickel in figures - 2018
adjusted EBITDA from our nickel assets
of nickel sold via our marketing business
of nickel produced at our own assets
calculated EBITDA margin
Uses of nickel
Nickel is mainly used to make stainless steel: it adds strength and corrosion resistance to the steel, and is also used in types of steel designed to be less magnetic. It is also used for nickel plating.
With its ability to handle high temperatures, nickel features in specialty steels and superalloys, used for example in jet engines.
Nickel compounds are used in batteries – increasingly so in the powerful batteries used in electric vehicles.
We have interests in a range of mining assets on four continents. They include:
Raglan Mine is a nickel-copper operation located in the Arctic region at the extreme limit of northern Quebec.
Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations are located in the Sudbury basin, northern Ontario, Canada. Nickel–copper ores have been mined there since 1928. The operations also include the Sudbury smelter.
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