Nordex to supply explosive products to Harte Gold’s Sugar Zone property in Canada

22 October 2015 (Last Updated October 22nd, 2015 18:30)

Nordex Explosives has signed an agreement with mining contractor Technica Mining for the supply of its products and blasting experience to Harte Gold's wholly owned Sugar Zone property in Ontario, Canada.

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Nordex Explosives has signed an agreement with mining contractor Technica Mining for the supply of its products and blasting experience to Harte Gold's wholly owned Sugar Zone property in Ontario, Canada.

Technica Mining is serving as a contractor for Harte Gold's Sugar Zone deposit as part of an agreement signed in May.

Sugar Zone property is located 60km east of the Hemlo Gold Camp, and 25km north of White River off the Trans-Canada Highway.

The latest agreement will enable Nordex to further expand its footprint for its line of explosive products to customers in the mining industry.

Nordex Explosives president and CEO Jim Taylor said: "We are pleased to have reached an agreement with Technica Mining and look forward to providing our explosive products and expertise to them.

"This new account is an important step in growing our business through new relationships and provides increased exposure of our products to new user groups.

"Each new relationship for Nordex increases the number of prospective customers for our environmentally sensitive and efficient blasting solutions."

"Each new relationship for Nordex increases the number of prospective customers for our environmentally sensitive and efficient blasting solutions."

Last month, Nordex signed a two-year supply agreement with Canada-based Alamos Gold for the supply of explosive products to its Young-Davidson Mine located in Matachewan, Ontario.

The underground gold mine is considered as a long life gold mine, the company said.

Founded in 1999, Technica Mining is a division of Technica Group and is an underground contractor having completed work in the Sudbury Basin and other locations.


Image: The agreement will enable Nordex to expand its footprint for its line of explosive products to mining customers. Photo: courtesy of duron123/FreeDigitalPhotos.net.