AERIS Resources, the new owners of the Cracow Gold Operations will highlight their plans and commitment to the Wide Bay and central Queensland region at an industry update in Bundaberg and Gladstone.
Executive Chairman of Aeris Resources, Andre Labuschagne, will introduce the company to the community, local industry, and supply chain by discussing the company’s overall strategy and plans for the region.
“The Cracow Gold Operations is an excellent addition to the company and we are delighted to have acquired such a well-managed asset. Cracow has enabled Aeris to grow into a multi-mine, diversified commodity, mid-tier mining company,” Mr Labuschagne said.
“I am really looking forward to visiting both Gladstone and Bundaberg and introducing Aeris to attendees and updating them on our strategy and plans.”
Aeris Resources is an established Australian copper and gold producer with forecast production in 2021 of 70,000 ounces of gold at its Cracow gold operations. Mr Labuschagne said the Company has committed some $13 million to progress an exceptional pipeline of advanced exploration targets presenting a near-term opportunity to materially increase the life of mine at Cracow, as well as a portfolio of development-ready projects.
Hosted by Resource Industry Media, the Connecting Industry event will be held at the Bundaberg Services Club on March 24 and at the Yaralla Sports Club in Gladstone on March 25.