Agrimin Limited is pleased to advise that it has signed a Negotiation Protocol with Parna Ngururrpa (Aboriginal Corporation) RNTBC (“PNAC”), the native title representative body for the Ngururrpa native title holders.
The Negotiation Protocol has been signed with a view to enter an agreement for the construction and operation of Agrimin’s haul road, whilst preserving the traditional way of life of the Ngururrpa native title holders. The Negotiation Protocol contains a timeline for reaching an agreement to allow the granting of a Miscellaneous Licence within the Ngururrpa determination area in-line with Agrimin’s overall project development schedule.
The establishment of a new transport corridor is integral to the successful implementation of the Company’s integrated mine-to-ship logistics chain between Lake Mackay and Wyndham Port. The mine-to-ship logistics chain will give Agrimin control of its bulk haulage and minimise materials handling, which in turn can allow very cost effective transportation of large tonnages of SOP to world markets.
Mark Savich, CEO of Agrimin said: “The signing of the Negotiation Protocol represents an important milestone on the path to obtaining the necessary licences for Agrimin’s haul road. Our team has built a close working relationship with the Ngururrpa native title holders over several years and we are committed to continuing to work with them to create jobs and opportunities for the future.”
Based in Perth, Agrimin Limited is a leading fertiliser development company focused on the development of its 100% owned potash projects in Western Australia. Agrimin is aiming to be a global supplier of speciality potash fertilisers to both traditional and emerging value-added markets. Agrimin’s shares are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: AMN).