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Share Price: 1.075Bid: 1.05Ask: 1.15Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Min.
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KlueLoss
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brynjon
17 Dec '14
I think nerves would be settled immensely if Alex Borrelli made a statement of intent. Even if he lied and did the opposite funnily enough.

The silence only makes for excellent breeding ground for negative thoughts to manifest and with his history it doesn't exactly make me and others confident.
 
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fsstback/brynjon
17 Dec '14
Just to clarify my position on production and not having the equipment, I make that point in regards to the processing of Pb&Zn.

Unless someone can prove me wrong? Wouldn't be the first time...
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RE: 1laffer and KL
17 Dec '14
fsst - I too believed we had the facilities, however, it seems a number of folk have posted over the past months that we do not.
There have been no further photos added to the website, the company has not issued any statement to suggest otherwise. Another comment on the website "It is currently verifying these and has launched a Copper processing programme at its Industrial site near Ndola." suggests there may be additional processing resources near Ndola.

Now if these statements within the website were untrue or no longer valid - would they still be there? If there was a hint it was not then surely they would be required to alter that information as it would be deemed misleading.

So it appears we have plant, where it is I do not know - however, still posted on the website http://www.bmrplc.com/copper/processing/

Lead and Zinc plant has not yet been sorted it seems, however, the site remains live with positives:-
http://www.bmrplc.com/lead-and-zinc/processing/

Again IM Humble O.
fsstback
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1laffer and KL
17 Dec '14
I will help where I can re. company meeting et.c I am happy to get some answers... Although I do expect answers in January.. Whether I like them or not...

KL - I am of the opinion we did have the facilities reading through MAs commentary in RNSs it sounds like we have the equipment there...??????? as ever.. Confused.com
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RE: bmrwatch
17 Dec '14
KL - I do believe that as a strong and coherent bunch of shareholders there is some power. As individuals there is no power.
I do not think that power can be abused however, but using it merely to demand the company re-iterates the commitment and update the website as they had suggested in their e-comms note http://www.bmrplc.com/files/4014/1347/9566/E_-_Comms_28_day_Notice_6_October_2014.pdf

As a group of shareholders we cannot request information that is market sensitive, however, pressure can me given to open dialogue to pacify and reassure shareholders.
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RE: fsstback
17 Dec '14
KL - do we know for sure that we do not have the equipment? They could utilise mobile processing equipment which can be leased short term. The profits from the sales of whatever comes out at the end will be more than enough to cover short term or even longer term costs.
There will be a lot of second hand processing equipment available on the open market too.

That said, there was already a solid base for processing at the original site which may require tweaking and forgo the necessity to lease.

Personally I have never visited the site or to be honest Zambia, so the above is mere speculation.
I know there have been a number of posters here who claim to know people on the ground, however, until I can see them, touch them, smell them - then they are anonymous and perhaps mythical creatures.

All I do know is that I have invested several thousands of my hard earned in here, I have read independent news stories suggesting BMR are able to produce, I have not read any news suggesting otherwise.
The company website states BMR IS A MINERAL PROCESSING COMPANY - though if also states post title intro:-

Using highly efficient processing techniques, BMR is planning to extract valuable metals from the tailings it has secured at former mines in Zambia.

The Company specialises in the extraction of Lead and Zinc from the vast tailings deposits at the world-famous Kabwe mine and Copper from former mine sites in Northern Zambia.

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So unless someone can point me in the direction of tangible evidence telling otherwise I have to believe that the company will move forward.

I have mud on my face from listening to MA in my limited conversations I have had and others that I have read about.

I also notice AB has a history as MA had. To drag this story out for so many years without production is very odd, however, surely some journo would have picked up on something to knock the living daylights out of the company if available.

All of course IMHO
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bmrwatch
17 Dec '14
I should add, by requesting a meeting I think the response would be very telling so IMO at least it would be interesting to get to a point whereby we can see whether they are dismissive and have no interest or whether they would like to better an ever growing poor relationship and reputation it has with a select group of private investors.

Obviously some of you are willing to 'pick up the phone' and accept whatever it is you're told on the phone, it's not working and everyone who has called has got the same limited information.

As a group we would be much stronger and coherent.
KlueLoss
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bmrwatch
17 Dec '14
If anyone is still anxious about the future with BMR and has the time and will to commit time and energy to try and speak with the company and the directors formally please contact bmrwatch immediately and make your interest and availability known.

I do believe that it will be wound down if Laffer does not see an interest in his idea to form a committee, I can see his point and with only a few of us willing to commit time and energy to help try and develop communication with the BoD we will look very lacklustre if we do not come together and unite for the good of the group.

Reality is we probably can't force an EGM or an AGM, however we can contact the BoD and try and arrange a meeting to try and get some answers, it's not the strongest play but it's better to try and fail than to not try at all. Surely?
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fsstback
17 Dec '14
Just on point 3 and others have also made that assumption that BMR will come out of this producing, we don't have the means to do so either financially or equipment wise. So if AB comes out of the suspension with a plan to produce then I'm expecting, (bar a miracle be that a JV partner or large investment) heavy dilution in order to obtain the CAPEX and then a lengthy wait to produce.

I favour your point 2 now, but that's just for personal reasons.
fsstback
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3 Outcomes
17 Dec '14
1- AB winds down the company

2-AB strikes a deal to sell the company at the price of the highest paid price of the company's shares in the last 12 months (which he has done in the past)

3-AB Opens us up and we hit the ground running and start selling / producing

Option 3 is my favourite even if we drop below 1p to me it shows the management believe in what they have at Kabwe.

Everyone has said they believe... We now need results. We have had test after test. Process after process. Expert after expert.

Now we need to see cold hard cash from JV or Purchasers. Simple as that.

Sink or swim. Which one does AB Believe in?





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