Group 6 continues to build executive team 

Group 6 Metals (ASX:G6M) has appointed 30-year mining veteran Tony Caruso to the board as Non-Executive Director effective immediately. 

Caruso has built up his experience in the Australian coal sector and more recently the metals sectors. 

Group 6 Metals Chairman Johann Jacobs says Caruso’s experience will be valuable as the company continues to prepare for underground mining at its Dolphin Tungsten Mine in Tasmania for 2026. 

“We are thrilled to have attracted a mining professional of Tony’s caliber to the G6M board,” Jacobs says. 

“It provides great confidence in the project and the company.”    

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Group 6 Metals, which has a $52.2 million market capitalisation, says Caruso has led companies through diverse phases of the business cycle, including rapid growth and transformation. 

The new Non-Executive Director was CEO and Managing Director of Metarock Group (ASX:MYE) (formerly private company Mastermyne). During his 18-year tenure, 13 as a public company, he oversaw the company’s ASX listing in 2010 and nationwide expansion.

Caruso’s appointment follows Tony Davis being enlisted as Executive General Manager – Operations. 

On 16 April 2024, Group 6 Metals announced it had set several monthly records for production at the Dolphin mine, extracting 49,609 tonnes of ore, with an average tungsten oxide grade of 0.48%.

Group 6 Metals is an Australian resources explorer and developer focused on its wholly owned Dolphin Tungsten Mine in King Island, Tasmania.

Write to Adam Drought at Mining.com.au

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