Exclusive Interview: Kerr Mines CEO and Director Claudio Ciavarella Discusses Upcoming Value Drivers to Recommence Gold Production at Arizona’s Historic Copperstone Mine
TORONTO, ON / February 26, 2019 / JMN Wire / Host Cory Fleck interviews Kerr Mines (TSX: KER) (OTCQB: KERMF) CEO and Director Claudio Ciavarella to discuss the Company’s 100% owned, fully permitted gold-copper mine in Arizona located just a couple hours west of Phoenix.
The mine, which historically produced 500,000 ounces of gold, is host to significant existing infrastructure and on track to re-commence production in 2019 thanks to a recently secured financing package provided by Sprott Private Resource Lending LP. A 15,000-meter underground drill program is currently underway in conjunction with advanced metallurgical testing to finalize a processing plant design.
“I am pleased to present our plans and objectives for 2019, a transformational year for Kerr Mines. We are focused on achieving our near-term objectives of resource expansion and upgrade, extending mine life and preparing to go into production” stated Claudio Ciavarella, CEO.
About Kerr Mines
Kerr Mines is an Emerging American Gold Producer currently advancing the 100% owned, fully permitted past-producing Copperstone Mine project to production. Copperstone is a high-grade gold project located along a detachment fault mineral belt in mining-friendly Arizona. This gold project in Arizona demonstrates tremendous exploration potential targeting multi-million ounce prospects within a 4,775 hectare (11,800 acres) land package.
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