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Galaxy Resources appoints Mr Mark Pensabene as COO

Mining News - Published on Wed, 11 Jan 2017

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Galaxy Resources Limited has announced the appointment of highly experienced project management and company executive Mark Pensabene as its Chief Operating Officer commencing 6 Feb 2017.

Mr Pensabene joins Galaxy from his most recent role as a General Manager for the Monadelphous Group (ASX:MND) with over 20 years of experience in the mining and project management sector. His key industry involvement areas include mineral processing and gas plant construction, as well as related infrastructure development.

Mr Pensabene was General Manager for 12 years at Monadelphous, working across numerous construction disciplines and sectors, prior to which he spent 8 years in various construction and project management roles. He holds Bachelor of Engineering and Commerce degrees from the University of Western Australia.

Galaxy’s Managing Director, Mr Anthony Tse said “We are absolutely delighted to have attracted someone with Mark’s experience and industry expertise to join the Galaxy team as COO, as we consolidate the successful re commencement of production from Mt Cattlin and continue to implement our growth strategy. During his impressive career with Monadelphous, Mark has held numerous senior operational and management roles, assisting with corporate development and strategy, as well as having been involved in and led the development of large-scale greenfield and brownfield projects. Mark’s skill set and experience are perfectly suited to our current stage of operations at Mt Cattlin, and as we move to the next stage of development of the Sal de Vida and James Bay projects. On behalf of the Board and senior management team, I would like to welcome Mark to Galaxy and look forward to working with him to further enhance the Company as a leader in the lithium sector”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 11 Jan 2017
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