Kalium Lakes (ASX:KLL) - Former CEO, Rudolph van Niekerk
Former CEO, Rudolph van Niekerk
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  • Kalium Lakes Limited (KLL) appoints Len Jubber as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective from December 8
  • Mr Jubber is a mining engineer and a former CEO of various ASX-listed companies including Bannerman Energy (BMN) and Oceana Gold (OGC)
  • The appointment follows a decision from the companys current CEO, Rudolph van Niekerk, to move into the role of project director
  • Mr van Niekerk says he is working on transitioning the Beyondie Sulphate of Potash project to operational status
  • Kalium Lakes shares are in the grey at 17 cents on December 3 at 10:15 am AEDT

Kalium Lakes Limited (KLL) appoints Len Jubber as Chief Executive Officer, effective from December 8.

Mr Jubber is a mining engineer and a previous managing director and CEO of uranium company Bannerman Energy (BMN) for eight years.

The company says Mr Jubber has extensive broad operational and leadership experience and a successful track record of developing and operating mining assets.

Prior roles also include managing director and CEO of Perilya (PEM) and gold producer, Oceana Gold (OGC).

Mr Jubber is also currently a non-executive director of potash development business, South Harz Potash (SHP).

The appointment follows a decision from the company’s current CEO, Rudolph van Niekerk, to move into the role of project director.

Mr van Niekerk says he is working on transitioning the Beyondie Sulphate of Potash project to operational status.

“I look forward to working closely with Len and the entire Kalium Lakes’ team to deliver the successful commissioning and operational ramp-up of Beyondie to 120 ktpa of premium Australian SOP,” he said.

Kalium Lakes’ non-executive chairman, Stephan Dennis, says the company welcomes the appointment.

“It is my great pleasure to welcome Len to Kalium Lakes,” he said.

“He is an accomplished industry professional with a proven track record of strong organisational leadership and operating excellence. We are excited to have him joining the Kalium team and driving the ongoing success of the business.”

Incoming CEO, Len Jubber, also commented.

“Kalium Lakes has, through sound technical work and the ongoing support of its technical and financial partners, created a platform from which to commission, consolidate and substantially grow production at Beyondie,” he said.

“The business is arguably at least a couple of years ahead of its local Australian competitors and will now seek to capitalise on that advantage in the current favourable SOP pricing environment.”

Kalium Lakes shares are in the grey at 17 cents on December 3 at 10:15 am AEDT.

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