Marimaca announces management changes
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, 01 Dec. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Marimaca Copper Corp. (âMarimaca Copperâ or the âCompanyâ) (TSX: MARI) announces that, for family reasons, Mr. Luis Tondo will be stepping down from his role as Chief Operating Officer of the Company. Luis will continue to work with Marimaca Copper as a consultant, focusing on the various technical projects in progress. The Company would like to thank Mr. Tondo for his important contributions over the past 5 years and wish him good luck with his future endeavors.
Hayden Locke, President and CEO of Marimaca Copper, said:
âWe are very grateful for Luis’ contribution and leadership over the past 5 years. He has been an integral part of the team and leaves the Company in good stead as he played a pivotal role in defining what we believe to be an extremely compelling copper development project. We are delighted that he will remain in his position as a consultant to the Company as we continue to transition to copper producer status.
âWe continue to make great progress in the various development components of the project. We are currently completing the infill drilling campaign for the Marimaca Oxide deposit (MOD) and are planning the newly discovered depth extensions (MAMIX) infill campaign, with the aim of providing an improved mineral resource estimate during the first semester 2022. We are also in the final stages of the metallurgical program of phase 5, which positions the company well for the start of the feasibility study in 2022. ”
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