Hawsons Iron Appoints New CEO As Namesake Project Powers Ahead

Hawsons Iron Ltd (ASX: HIO) has appointed Tom Revy as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) following the retirement of Bryan Granzien.

Revy is an executive and company director with more than 35 years of resource sector experience.

He has corporate, project development, study, and technical and operational management experiences in Australia and Africa.

Founder of Evion Group

Revy previously held senior positions with MIM Holdings Ltd, GRD Minproc and Worley Parsons.

His most recent role was as Managing Director of ASX-listed graphite developer Evion Group NL (ASX: EVG).

Revy founded Evion in August 2016 and only recently left the company in April 2024 after production commenced.

Importantly, Revy is a metallurgist and process engineer who will bring important skills, experience and perspectives to the Hawsons team.

Hawsons Chair Jeremy Kirkwood said Revy would commence work immediately, facilitating a seamless management transition with Granzien.

Critical for BFS and construction

Kirkwood said: “The Board is delighted Tom is joining the Company as CEO, given his considerable experience both advising on major development projects and leading junior mining companies from exploration through the critical development stage to project construction and production.”

“Our Hawsons Iron Project, which has been granted major project status by the Federal Government and significant project status in both New South Wales and South Australia, is recognised as a potential supplier of critical feed material for the decarbonisation of the global steel industry.”

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“Having completed the Strategic Review’s recommended value engineering and resource confirmation and definition drilling programs, the Board considers Tom’s appointment critical for completion of our proposed Bankable Feasibility Study and the commencement of project construction,” added Kirkwood.

At a pivotal point

Revy said he was excited to be joining Hawsons at such a pivotal point in the company’s development.

“The Hawsons Iron Project is poised to become one of the highest-grade iron concentrate products on the seaborne market and I am looking forward to working with the team on transforming the Company’s quality magnetite deposit into a long-life, sustainable mining and processing operation,” Revy said.

Hawsons had cash reserves of $2.206 million at the end of the March quarter.

 

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