Over the past two years, Cobalt 27 Capital Corp has been amassing the largest physical cobalt position outside of China through the acquisition of 2,157.5 tonnes of high and low-grade cobalt metal.
It is part of its strategy to give investors exposure to physical cobalt and the surging demand in the electric vehicle battery sector. Benchmark Mineral Intelligence’s Caspar Rawles met with Chairman, Anthony Milewski, to dig deeper into a development that is reshaping the cobalt industry
Caspar Rawles: You have been actively trading cobalt for some time now . . .
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