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Triton Minerals makes board changes

Triton Minerals makes board changes

Triton Minerals (ASX:TON) has provided an update on changes to the board of directors.

Alan Jenks has resigned for the reason of ill health.

Christopher Catlow, chairman, commented: "On behalf of the board and management, I thank Mr Jenks for his commitment and dedication as a Director of the company and as a substantial shareholder of Triton."

Rodney Baxter has resigned due to an unexpected increase in the time required to meet his other existing commitments outside of Triton.

Triton has the world's largest known graphite-vanadium deposit in the world at Balama North in Mozambique.

 

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