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Major General Duncan Heinz (USMC, ret.), President and CEO of IBC Advanced Alloys Corp. (“IBC” or the “Company”) (IB.V) (IAALF) said this week that he expects IBC will begin production and sales of several new products in 2018/2019, including one that is expected to launch in commercial sales in the next quarter. “Sales in our Copper Alloys division have been running at over a $15 million annualized revenue rate for the last four months, which is up from about $12 million in sales in fiscal year 2017. Orders in our Engineered Materials division, where we make beryllium-aluminum castings, will put us near current production capacity, and that is requiring us to accelerate plans to address production constraints, primarily with additional labor, new shift structures and with additional hardware funded through the recent raise to facilitate the division’s next leg up in growth. We expect fiscal year 2019 to be a break-out year for IBC,” the General said.
NioCorp Developments, which is in the process of raising financing for a minerals project in Nebraska, has just seen its Toronto-listed shares surge from C$0.52 to $0.70 in the space of two days thanks to the U.S. government. NioCorp's planned mine and processing facility at Elk Creek will produce three metals - scandium, niobium and titanium - that have all been officially designated "critical" minerals by the Interior Department. No-one's mined niobium in the United States since 1959, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
NioCorp Developments Ltd. , a developer of superalloy metals, has awarded a major contract to Rockwell Automation to engineer, design and procure process automation and instrumentation for NioCorp’s proposed critical minerals, mining and processing facility in Elk Creek, Nebraska.
The Trump Administration will officially designate as “Critical Minerals” the entire planned product suite of superalloy metals that NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the "Company”) (NB.TO) (NIOBF) (BR3.F) proposes to mine and process at its Elk Creek, Nebraska Superalloy Materials project. The designation establishes the Elk Creek Project (the “Project”) as one of the few polymetallic greenfield mining projects in the U.S. that proposes to produce multiple Critical Minerals – Niobium, Scandium, and Titanium, in this case – that all have key uses in national defense and civilian technologies and upon which the U.S. is currently 100% dependent on foreign nations such as China and Russia.
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