The processing plant Anglo American Platinum brought back into production in May is broken once again, disrupting the flow of metal into the refineries of the world’s second-largest platinum group metal (PMG) supplier.

Amplats, 80% owned by Anglo American, completed the R150m repair of one of its two broken Anglo Converter Plants (ACPs) ahead of time, bringing it into production on May 12, about two weeks earlier than expected.

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