Kingsgate hails gold production milestone at Chatree

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Kingsgate Consolidated Limited (ASX:KCN) CEO Jamie Gibson speaks with Proactive soon after announcing a significant milestone for the Chatree Gold Mine in Thailand with 1,000 doré bars poured since operations restarted in March 2023. The 1,000th doré bar was poured last week, and will be refined by Kingsgate’s refining partner, Precious Metal Refining Company Limited. The company continues to ramp up mining and processing operations at the project.

“We are delighted to acknowledge this production milestone, and are pleased with Chatree’s gold and silver production to date, as we continue to ramp up both mining and processing operations," Gibson said.