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UK Mineco's Bosnia Sase lead zinc mine exceed production plans

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The Lead and Zinc Mine Sase near Srebrenica operates successfully this year as well. It exceeded the production plan, which is evidenced by the data that in seven months this mine has excavated 194,630 tonnes of ore i.e. 3.8 percent more than planned.

The mine operates within the Gros company from Bosanska Gradiska, employs 532 workers and regularly fulfills all its obligations. The concession fee during this period was paid in the amount of BAM 727,100 and BAM 1,633,866 was invested in procurement of equipment.

In this period, the mine paid more than BAM 20,000 fees for water and fire protection, around BAM 23,000 for woods and more than 20,000 BAM to support the associations, organizations, and municipalities of Srebrenica and Bratunac.
President of the Board of Directors of the company, Jelena Petric, stated that average wage of employees in July amounted to BAM 937.
She said that this year’s net pay for employees amounted to BAM 3,880,245, for taxes and contributions BAM 2,463,787, for pension and disability insurance and reduced service years for retirement for miners amounted to BAM 326,251and BAM 15,297 for special solidarity contribution.
This year, special contribution for professional rehabilitation and employment of persons with disabilities was paid in the amount of BAM 6,480 and for severance payments to employees BAM 11,000.
The mine continued financing the re-qualification of 48 workers in total this year as well. Since 2007, when the British company Mineco took over the Mine Sase, 96 workers retired and received severance pay in the total amount of BAM 183,752.

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