Goldplat plc

Goldplat plc boss Kisbey-Green upbeat as momentum builds

Gold recovery specialist Goldplat PLC (LON:GDP) reported a strong final quarter and chief executive Gerard Kisbey-Green expects good momentum to continue into the current year.
New capacity is proving its worth in South Africa and Ghana, he told Proactive, while this year coming should see progress on its expansion into South America.
The silver recovery project should also become an important contributor.
A dispute over an invoice with refiner Rand is going to arbitration but alternatives to handle the processing of silver by-products are in place, Kisbey-Green said.

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Goldplat poor Q1 production performance shrinks against Q2 results

Goldplat plc (LON:GDP) turned in an operating loss for the six months to December 2018 of £653,000 against an operating profit of £1.6mln for the corresponding period a year earlier. CEO Gerard Kisbey-Green tells Proactive London why this has happened and what investors can expect next. News...

on 25/2/19

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