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Amur Minerals continues development of Kun-Manie nickel copper mine definite feasibility study

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Amur Minerals Corporation has completed the full restock and mobilisation of all newly purchased mobile equipment to its Kun-Manie nickel copper sulphide project located in the Far East, Russia.

The successful completion of the mobilisation effort positions the company to undertake and continue its development of the project toward the completion of its definitive feasibility study.

It said the largest total resupply effort ever undertaken on the project began on 1 March and was completed on 9 April. A total of 500 tonnes of supplies, spare parts and materials have been delivered over the 350 kilometre long ice road.

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