Trek Metals kicks off polymetallic drilling in Q2
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Polymetallic small-cap, Trek Metals Limited (ASX:TKM), has now completed its acquisition of the Kroussou zinc-lead project from JV partner, Battery Minerals Limited (ASX:BAT).
TKM has been steadily progressing its exploration at Kroussou over the past 12 months, with drill targeting now underway. With this exploration well on track, TKM is ready to kick off its maiden exploration drilling program in June, once the dry season begins.
TKM managing director, Bradley Drabsch, said: “My recent visit to our now 100% owned Kroussou Project has re‐doubled my excitement to begin our maiden exploration drilling programme at this very special area in June.
“I remain constantly amazed at the fact that we can walk around in 2018 and literally kick ore‐grade rocks on the ground at Kroussou. In a period where most of the world is looking to deep targets, very deep targets, we are picking ore up off the ground,” added Drabsch.
Of course, as with all minerals exploration, success is not guaranteed — consider your own personal circumstances before investing, and seek professional financial advice.