We believe the Aurizon acquisition is exactly what the market is asking for - Phillips S. Baker Jr.
Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) President and CEO, Phillips S. Baker, Jr., discusses the acquisition of Aurizon Mines Ltd and its principal asset, the Casa Berardi gold mine in Quebec and provides insight on how the acquisition of Aurizon Mines is expected to enhance Hecla’s ability to grow.
With completion of this transaction Hecla Mining Company will have two producing silver mines and one gold mine. The company anticipates an increase in annual gold production and has confidence in their silver production goals. Please use the following link to view the video: Hecla Mining Company Quarterly Company Clip
About Hecla Mining Company
Hecla Mining Company’s (NYSE:HL) rich history of mining has distinguished it as a respected precious metals producer. Established in 1891, Hecla Mining Company is one of the largest primary silver producer in the United States and one of the lowest-cost producers. It is the oldest precious metals mining company in North America. The company has two operating mines and exploration properties in four world-class silver mining districts in the U.S. and Mexico.
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