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Bruce McFadzean says the agreement is a milestone achievement for Sheffield. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Sheffield in Indian zircon deal

West Perth based Sheffield Resources has moved a step forward on its Thunderbird mineral sands project, securing an offtake deal with Indian business Ruby Ceramics to supply 6,000 tonnes of zircon annually for at least three years.

Business News estimates that is worth about $7.4 million per annum based on the latest Zircon reference price published by mineral sands producer Iluka Resources.

The contract will be pegged to the prevailing zircon market price.

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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/08/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
606thSheffield Resources-36%1%
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Share Transactions

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$15k Bought
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th-Sheffield Resources$12k
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Remuneration from Sheffield Resources

92ndBruce McFadzean$818k
565thDavid Archer$267k
568thBruce McQuitty$267k
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