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Great Panther Mining is a precious metals producer focused on the operation of the Tucano Gold Mine in Brazil where the Company wholly-owns a land package covering nearly 200,000 hectares in the prospective Vila Nova Greenstone belt.
Operating in a sustainable manner is embedded in our mission: to safely, sustainably and profitably produce gold and silver, for the benefit of our investors, employees, and communities. Our Sustainability Policy articulates our specific commitments in three key areas, which we believe provide the foundation for a sustainable mining business: safety and health, environmental responsibility, and community engagement and development. We have worked hard to develop and implement programs, initiatives, and results in each of these areas.
The most significant intersection of the program assayed 263g/t silver ("Ag") and 7.27g/t gold ("Au") over a core length of 24.60m (15.81m true width) in drill hole ESI13-106, on section 475N (see table below and updated longitudinal section on the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com).
The 2013 drill program filled in gaps from the 2011/2012 drill program and the new intersections corroborate the previous interpretation of the Intermediate Vein. The aforementioned intersection of thick vein mineralization in ESI13-106 correlates with previous drill results from hole ESI11-039, 25m to the south, that returned 185g/t Ag and 5.47g/t Au over a true width of 5.39m indicating that higher grade "blow-outs" or "clavos" are a natural part of the vein system.
As disclosed in the NI 43-101 report for the
A proposed drill program for the San Ignacio project in 2014 will include in-fill drilling deeper in the system and detailed drilling for 250 metres south along the Intermediate Vein in an area of limited exploitation dating back to the 19th century, as well as property-wide targeting.
|Drill Hole I.D.||Vein||From
|1)||ESI13-105 intersected a void from 50-52m.|
|2)||ESI13-112 intersected a void from 75-78m.|
|3)||ESI13-116 intersected a void from 86.3-88.15m.|
The access ramp is progressing on schedule, with more than 100 metres constructed to date (310m planned). Once the Intermediate Vein is accessed, underground bulk sampling will allow for a full scale metallurgical evaluation at the Company's Cata plant, which will determine whether the San Ignacio mineralization should be blended with the ore produced from the
The offices, change rooms, water and communication facilities at the historical San Ignacio Mine Site have already been re-established and ancillary surface infrastructure including an electrical substation and workshop for mechanical services are under construction. All necessary equipment and project personnel for the initial mine development have been sourced from the main
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