Great Pan­ther’s Cor­i­can­cha has no earth­quake dam­age

Stockwatch Daily - - MINES & METALS - Mr. Jim Ban­nan­tine re­ports

THERE WERE no ef­fects on Great Pan­ther Sil­ver Ltd.’s Cor­i­can­cha mine com­plex (CMC) from an earth­quake in the cen­tral re­gion of Peru with a mag­ni­tude of 4.6, as re­ported by the U.S. Ge­o­log­i­cal Sur­vey. The com­pany has con­ducted postearthquake in­spec­tions at the mines, tail­ing fa­cil­i­ties and pro­cess­ing plant and re­ports no dam­age. In ad­di­tion, all em­ploy­ees and con­sul­tants of the com­pany at CMC were re­ported to be safe. The CMC is cur­rently on care and main­te­nance.

About Great Pan­ther Sil­ver Ltd.

Great Pan­ther’s cur­rent ac­tiv­i­ties are fo­cused on the min­ing of pre­cious me­tals from its two wholly owned op­er­at­ing mines in Mex­ico: the Gua­na­ju­ato mi ne com plex, which in­cludes the San Ig­na­cio mine, and the Topia mine in Du­rango. In ad­di­tion, the com­pany has re­cently ac­quired a 100-per-cent in­ter­est in the Cor­i­can­cha mine com­plex in the cen­tral An­des of Peru.

Robert Alexan­der Archer, Robert Watt Gar­nett, Peter John Jen­nings, Kenneth Wil­liam Ma­jor, Wil­liam James Mullin, Elise Rees

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