"The initial copper cement plant is expected to be operational within the next two to three months with production increasing quickly to some 120 tonnes per month which will provide BMR with its first cash-flow. Once this is operational we will look to add the value of processing of sulphide material.
"Our detailed budgets show annual operating profit at the full plant capacity of the copper cement processing plant of over US$3million from the oxide material alone. Our rapid entrance into copper production represents a transformational step for the business."
Taken from the Nov 11th RNS. Not long to wait now.
This we hope will be the exception where No 26 is the start of our SP to strengthen after we have heard 2 importent news items along with with our accounts ( as Scismicboy has already said not good reading ) I cant wait for 7 o'clock to come tomorrow morning to see that flashing red dot over RNS
Ma has been extracting the xxxx from his private investors for three years., lol!! Time. To pay the fiddler MA simply produce on time and make good on all your promises, simples!! Sense the end of zero production is near but as always just waiting for that final kick in the teeth- no nasty surprises please !!
Does that mean that even in April next year MA will still be looking for people/ii's to invest in BMR? I was hoping that we wouldn't need to be trying to attract new investment by then! I hope i'm reading into this wrongly.
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