Nemaska signs lithium carbonate supply agreement with FMC

Nemaska signs lithium carbonate supply agreement with FMC

6:00 AM, 2nd November 2016
Nemaska signs lithium carbonate supply agreement with FMC

PHILADELPHIA, US: FMC Corporation signed a long-term supply agreement with Nemaska Lithium Inc. As per the agreement, Nemaska  will deliver FMC with 8,000 metric tonnes per year of lithium carbonate beginning in mid-2018.

Based in Quebec, Canada, Nemaska Lithium is constructing new lithium production capabilities of 28,000 metric tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent. 

"This agreement will further diversify our supply sources while fueling our growing production of high quality, speciality lithium products. We look forward to partnering with Nemaska on this important supply arrangement,” said Tom Schneberger, VP and global business director of FMC Lithium. 

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