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Lynas Malaysia plant capacity to return to 70 per cent
May 6,2020 14:25CST
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SMM5 June 6: Lynas Group in Malaysia after the release of restrictions on coronavirus, has resumed operations in the Malaysian plant.

Located near Kuantan, the plant will begin to expand production in accordance with health and hygiene requirements and guided by global economic activity, customer needs and restrictions on suppliers.

The company said the Malaysian plant would return to 70 per cent of its previous normal production level.

This is expected to supplement its supply chain and increase the supply of depleted key mineral stocks.

Most sectors of the Malaysian economy resumed operations after the state relaxed restrictions.

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