Barry Honnah Departure from London Mining Company
Lunsar – (9 December 2013) – London Mining and its General Manager of Human Resources and Community Relations, Mr Barry Honnah, announce that Mr Honnah will be leaving the company.
In his time with the company, Mr Honnah was instrumental in assisting the company to assimilate into Sierra Leone and promoted cultural awareness across the workforce.
London Mining wishes Barry well in his future endeavours.
Barry appreciates the opportunity to have worked with a leading company in Sierra Leone, and looks forward to it going from strength to strength.
The company would also like to thank the Minister of Labour and Social Security and the Minister of Political and Public Affairs for their wisdom and effort in assisting London Mining in reorganising their business to ensure its ongoing competitiveness in the post commodity boom environment.
About London Mining PlcLondon Mining Plc is an expanding producer of high specification iron ore concentrate for the global steel industry and is focused on identifying, developing and operating sustainable mines. It commenced sales from its 100% owned Marampa Mine (London Mining Company) in Sierra Leone in 2012 and expects to reach production capacity of 6.5Mwmt/a in 2014. Marampa has sufficient resources to support a staged expansion to over 10.8Mwmt/a. London Mining Plc also completed bankable feasibility studies outlining plans for a further 20Mwmt/a of iron ore production by developing mines in Greenland and Saudi Arabia. London Mining Plc listed on AIM in London on 6 November 2009. It trades under the symbols LOND.L (Reuters) and LOND LN (Bloomberg). More information about London Mining Plc can be found at www.londonmining.com.
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