Gippsland ready for first tin shipment from Egypt
May 01, 2012 | 09:13 AM
The first shipment of tin from Australian resource company Gippsland Ltd’s Abu Dabbab alluvial project in Egypt will take place in the fourth quarter of its financial year, or the three months ending June 30 this year.
During the three months ended March 31, mining commenced at the alluvial project on time and on budget, according to the company’s activity report for the third quarter of its financial year.
Commissioning at the project is now close to completion, Gippsland said, and drilling is about to begin in Eritrea.
At the Abu Dabbab alluvial project, the mining contractor was ready on site on February 17, and began work on February 18.
Site manning has reached full strength, Gippsland said, with....
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