Timmins Gold Announces Closing of C$6 million Private PlacementDownload as PDF
October 19, 2015
The Company expects to close the acquisition of the complete process plant and select auxiliary equipment (the “Plant”) used in the operation of Goldcorp’s El Sauzal Mine in Chihuahua, Mexico (“the Plant Acquisition”) from a Mexican subsidiary of Goldcorp later this month. The Plant is being acquired for future use at the Company’s recently acquired Ana Paula project in Guerrero, Mexico.
Following the completion of the Plant Acquisition and Private Placement, Goldcorp will hold approximately 9.9% of Timmins Gold’s issued and outstanding common shares on an undiluted basis.
About Timmins Gold
Timmins Gold has a proven track record of delivering growth and value creation for its investors and is poised to become an emerging intermediate, Mexican-focused gold producer with a portfolio of high-quality production and growth assets all based in Mexico. The Company owns and operates the San Francisco open pit, heap leach gold mine in Sonora which provides a solid base of operations, allowing the Company to develop two economically robust growth projects with manageable capital requirements, the Ana Paula and Caballo Blanco gold projects.
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