Britannia’s Asia Initiative Positions Natural Resource Supply Chain to Exceed One Million Tons of Ready Mined Iron Ore

Asia Proving To Be Low Hanging Fruit For Near Term Revenues – CEO’s Visit Avails Imminent Opportunity

Britannia Mining Inc (OTC Pink: BMIN) announced today that its endeavors to expand into Asia have successfully created a wealth of opportunities to advance a supply chain for natural resources.

“We are on track to ramp-up as stated within the next 60 days,” stated Nicola Newmarch, COO of Britannia Mining.  “We believe, both closing negotiations and executing a supply and distribution agreement is imminent.  This development could dramatically change the financial outlook for the 2nd and 3rd Quarter.”

Asia can provide the company exciting opportunities to solidify Britannia’s ramp up to near-term revenues.  Having the support of its lead investment consulting firm, management accelerated the advanced stage negotiations to ensure securing bulk commodities in metals and agriculture, with Mr. Roberts touching down in Asia for meetings.   A seven day itinerary covered everything from visits to production facilities and ancillary service providers to viewing export infrastructure – including seaport and cargo handling terminals.


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  • 18 Mar, 2014
  • BritanniaMining

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