PRESS RELEASE: Subsequently, the company has initiated the restocking programme for implementation of its 2018 field season.
Construction of the 350km-long ice road was completed on February 15, a week earlier than in 2017. Nine vehicle convoys are now transporting the supplies that have been marshalled at the company's Ulak rail station siding to Kun-Manie. Two of the eight planned trips have been completed. Thus far, 80m3 of fuel, supplies, spares and food for the upcoming season have already been delivered.
Robin Young, CEO of Amur Minerals, commented: “With the construction of the winter ice road being completed earlier than ever, our 30 man transport team will continue to deliver supplies, fuel, spares and materials to site. Operating on a 24 hour a day cycle, seven days a week, we anticipate successful and complete resupply of the site. The resupply will allow us to finish up the majority of our site investigative work for moving the project forward to a final production decision and design.”