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INTERVIEW: Fox Marble New Machinery to Positively Impact Margins

Fox Marble Holdings Plc (LON:FOX) CEO Chris Gilbert talks to DirectorsTalk about the installation of two new pieces of machinery. Chris explains how the new CNC machine will benefit the company, what the block vacuum does, the yield increase this should have, meeting demand and what is causing the increase.

Fox Marble Holdings Plc, is a marble production, processing and distribution company in Kosovo and the Balkans region.

Its marble products, which includes Illyrico Bianco, Illirico Selene, Grigio Argento and are gaining traction globally both to international wholesale companies as well as being supplied directly into luxury residential properties. In the UK these include among others St George’s Homes and Capital and Counties Plc’s Lillie Square development. In Sydney, Australia Rosso Cait, Alexandrian White and Breccia Paradisea marble have been used in what is expected to be Australia’s most expensive property. These sales serve to demonstrate the desirability of Fox’s premium marble products as the stone of choice in some of the most prestigious and expensive residential developments around the world.

Fox Marble holds 40 year mining licences for six separate marble quarries with a maiden JORC resource indicating an in-situ valuation of approximately Euro 16.5 billion. Fox has taken three of the six sites into production (the Drini and Maleshevë quarries, both in Kosovo and from the Prilep Quarry in Macedonia) and continues to increase production. Notably, Fox has access to over 300 million cubic metres (over 1bn tons) of premium quality marble.

Marble demand continues to grow with stable pricing, predominantly driven by the construction and real-estate industries, on which Fox is looking to capitalise.

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