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China Gold achieves Series II production at Jiama mine ahead of schedule

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China Gold International Resources Corp. Ltd. has achieved commercial production at the Jiama mine Phase II, Series II expansion effective 1 July 2018, bringing the entire Phase II expansion project into commercial production.

The company was able to accelerate its development and commissioning to achieve commercial production for Series II ahead of schedule. The company continues to ramp up operations at Series II to full design capacity of 22 000 tpd.

The Jiama mine Phase II consists of two series – Series I and Series II – each having a mineral processing capacity of 22 000 tpd. The full design capacity of ore processing at the Jiama mine will increase to 50 000 tpd from the previous capacity of 28 000 tpd once Series II reaches full design capacity.

“Achieving commercial production at Series II ahead of schedule is a significant milestone for the company and speaks to the hard work and dedication of the Jiama mine team. We are focused on ramping up operations of Series II in the coming months to full design capacity,” said Bing Liu, CEO and Executive Director.

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