M.Plan International Ltd., a joint venture between Dorfner ANZAPLAN GmbH, Germany and MICON International Ltd. of Toronto, Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of David Anonychuk, B.Eng., MBA, as Managing Director.

ANZAPLAN has been awarded by Australian based flake graphite producer Bass Metals (“BSM”) Ltd to carry out a conceptual study for an expandable graphite plant determining the key cost items with regard to BSM’s intended expandable graphite plant. The expandable graphite segment faces strong growth largely driven by a rise in demand from the construction industry and in consumer electronic equipment.

Canadian based MGX Minerals appointed ANZAPLAN to test the material of the newly acquired Gibraltar silicon project for potential industrial applications.

ANZAPLAN has been awarded by Australian based junior mining company Northern Cobalt Ltd to develop a process for the physical concentration and hydrometallurgical extraction of valuable metals from a cobalt ore from the Wollogorang project in Australia.

ANZAPLAN got awarded by Canadian based junior Ceylon Graphite Corp. (“CGC”) to test the suitability of its vein graphite for the production of a battery ready graphite product.

ANZAPLAN has been retained by Australian based Mineral Commodities Limited to conduct test work regarding the expandability of a graphite concentrate from their wholly owned Munglinup graphite deposit in Australia.

ANZAPLAN has been retained by Promisa Technologie GmbH to assist in the development of a highly innovative vanadium extraction process which may represent a very interesting source of supply for the battery industry.

ANZAPLAN has an extensive experience in graphite processing as well as know-how regarding requirements and specifications of spherical graphite products. NETZSCH is a world leader in the field of ultra-fine grinding and classifying with a very varied machine program. Both companies have jointly developed a new machinery setup optimized with regard to graphite spheroidization.

Dorfner ANZAPLAN, a leading consultancy and engineering company for the technical evaluation of industrial, specialty minerals and metals projects will give an insight on „Minerals for renewable energy applications“ during the 12th International Geological Conference in Jeddah, KSA, February 04 – 07, 2018.

The PDAC 2018 Convention Planning Committee designs the Technical Program and invited ANZAPLAN to present “Meeting critical metals demand: The processing challenge” on March 7 at Metro Toronto Convention Centre Level 700: Room 715.

European Lithium Ltd has retained ANZAPLAN to support the Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) for its Wolfsberg lithium project in Austria.

ANZAPLAN, a specialist in the development and economic evaluation of high value industrial mineral and strategic metals projects will discuss „New Developments in graphite spheroidization“ in Hong Kong November 13 – 14, 2017.

ANZAPLAN has been appointed by European Metals Holdings Ltd (ASX: EMH) to carry out further detailed test work for its advanced Cinovec lithium project located in the Czech Republic.

ANZAPLAN has been retained by Plymouth Minerals Ltd. (ASX: PLH) to provide a physical and hydrometallurgical process development for its advanced San José lithium project located in Spain.

The Conference will be held from May 30 - June 01, 2017

ANZAPLAN proposes advanced graphite evaluation services for high value uses including strongly growing applications such as anode materials in lithium ion batteries and expandable graphite.

ANZAPLAN has been appointed by Canadian based Sama Graphite Inc. to evaluate the material of the Guinean Lola graphite project for suitability in battery applications.

A new white paper on “Cobalt Processing” is now available for download.

ANZAPLAN, a specialist in the development and economic evaluation of high value specialty minerals will discuss „Raw Battery Materials: Lithium, Graphite, Cobalt“ in London, UK.

ANZAPLAN has been appointed by Australian based Bass Metals Ltd. to conduct extensive test work on flake graphite concentrates from its Graphmada project in Madagascar.