Alpahmin Bisie Mining appoints new MD

Jan Trouw will retire as MD of Alphamin Assets’ 84%-owned working subsidiary Alphamin Bisie Mining (ABM) on December 31.

He’ll proceed to work with ABM in a part-time consulting position, offering oversight and advisory providers pertaining to ABM’s underground mining and technical providers actions. This contains common visits to the Mpama North mine, within the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Topic to regulatory approval, John Robertson – who has beforehand labored with Trouw – has been appointed to succeed Trouw as ABM MD.

Robertson is a mining skilled with 30 years of expertise in international locations throughout Franco and Anglophone Africa, with vital floor and underground mine administration expertise in each base and valuable metals, together with a robust background in compliant useful resource and reserve exploration strategies, definition, reporting, conversion and extraction.

Robertson has expertise within the administration of websites containing as much as 3 000 personnel and is fluent in French.

In the meantime, topic to regulatory approval, the Alphamin board has resolved to nominate Trouw as a nonexecutive director of the corporate, efficient December 14, whereas earlier board member Brendon Jones has agreed to resign.

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