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True North Opens Transport Route From Outer Port to Camp

Jan 29, 2015 11:23 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... True North Gems Inc. completed several first-stage construction projects at the Aappaluttoq mine site in southwestern Greenland, including a 5-kilometer transportation route from the outer port to base camp; the foundations for the recreation facility and the majority of camp accommodations; blasting and backfilling of the helipad area and the excavation for the fuel storage depot, with final installation still to be completed.
 
"The completion and opening of the transport route from the outer port to camp is a major milestone in the project's development," said Bent Olsvig Jensen, the managing director of True North Gems Greenland A/S. "This will allow the main camp units and other construction supplies already offloaded at the outer port to be safely transported to their required location inland. The focus of construction will now shift to camp facility development."


 

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