DiamondCorp plc is an emerging diamond producer focused on maximising shareholder value through the development of high-margin diamond production assets. The company is incorporated in the UK, and operates in the long established diamondiferous regions of southern Africa.
Diamondcorp Plc Timeline
- Newswire•February 28 2017DiamondCorp clears refinancing hurdle
- Newswire•February 14 2017Diamondcorp pushes back placing deadline as talks continue
- Newswire•January 31 2017DiamondCorp extends placing deadline
- Newswire•January 23 2017Diamondcorp raises new funds to keep the show on the road at Lace
- Newswire•January 20 2017Diamondcorp reports good progress on placing, extends close date
- Newswire•January 13 2017Diamondcorp to raise £1mln as first step to rescue Lace mine
- Newswire•December 19 2016Diamondcorp gets standstill deal while refinance talks continue
- Newswire•December 12 2016Diamondcorp PLC sells major diamond parcel at tender
- Newswire•November 16 2016Diamondcorp starts business rescue process
- Newswire•November 14 2016Diamondcorp’s shares suspended after storm hits Lace
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Diamondcorp Plc Timeline
DiamondCorp Plc gets back to business at LaceAugust 10 2016
Production at DiamondCorp Plc's (LON:DCP) Lace mine in South Africa is recovering after an incident last month. The company said it has raised monthly production at the pit to the planned rate of 30,000 tonnes. Output was temporarily suspended after an accident involving a rockfall. So far, diamonds recovered...
DiamondCorp chief “pleasantly surprised” by Lace Mine stonesJune 15 2016
Paul Loudon, chief executive of DiamondCorp PLC (LON:DCP) says the company is being “pleasantly surprised” by the size and stone quality of the diamonds being mined at the Lace Mine in South Africa. Its recent auction of stones was a success with the stand-out figure the US$189 per carat made from...
DiamondCorp boss confident after conveyor belt boostNovember 12 2015
DiamondCorp (LON:DCP) CEO Paul Loudon says the company’s ability to pull material out of its Lace mine has increased by ten-fold following the installation of a 400 tonne per hour underground conveyor belt system. As well as an increase in capacity at the South African site, the cost of future development will be...
DiamondCorp CEO sees plenty of share price upside aheadJuly 31 2015
The chief executive officer of DiamondCorp (LON:DCP), Paul Loudon, says there is plenty of upside in the company’s stock as it moves towards commercial production. Shares dipped early on today as investors were told that tunnel excavation underground has gone slower than expected due to additional safety and support...
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