Eastinco Mining – Change of Name
Eastinco Mining and Exploration plc (LSE: ATN), the critical and strategic metal-focused exploration and development company, announces that following the completion of the acquisition of Aterian Resources Limited and Admission to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, the name of the Company has been changed from Eastinco Mining and Exploration plc to Aterian plc with immediate effect.
For further information, please visit the Company’s website: www.aterianplc.com or contact:
Charles Bray, Executive Chairman – [email protected]
Simon Rollason, Director – [email protected]
Financial Adviser and Broker:
Novum Securities Limited
David Coffman / George Duxberry
Tel: +44 (0)207 399 9400
Yellow Jersey PR – [email protected]
Tom Randell / Henry Wilkinson / Laurie Gellhorn
Tel: +44 (0)20 3004 9512
Notes to Editors:
About Aterian plc
Aterian plc is an exploration and development company with a diversified portfolio in Africa of critical and strategic metals projects.
Aterian plc is actively seeking to acquire and develop new critical and strategic metal resources to strengthen its existing asset base, whilst supporting ethical and sustainable supply chains. The supply of these metals is vital for the development of the renewable energy, automotive and electronic manufacturing sectors that are playing an increasing role in reducing carbon emissions and meeting climate ambitions globally.
The Company currently has three joint ventures in Rwanda where it is exploring and developing small-scale tantalum-niobium-tin mining operations and recently acquired Aterian Resources Ltd, a wholly owned and battery metals-focused subsidiary of Elemental Altus Royalties Corp (formerly Altus Strategies plc). Aterian owns a portfolio of 15 copper and silver projects with a project area of 762 km2 in the Kingdom of Morocco.
The Company’s strategy to seek new exploration and production opportunities across the African continent and to develop new sources of strategic and critical mineral assets for exploration, development, and trading.
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