China Gold International said overall operations at its CSH gold mine in Inner Mongolia have returned to full production, effective 3 January, following slope maintenance.
The Canadian-based miner reported in November that the mining rate was reduced at the end of the third quarter and into the fourth quarter in order to enhance the management and maintenance of open pit slopes.
“The works on slope maintenance have been completed and the mining activities, including mining, hauling, crushing and heaping, have been returned to their normal operating level,” said China Gold. “The resumption of full mining activities at CSH Mine has laid a solid foundation for enhancing the company’s financial and production performance in 2024.”
The miner also noted that the development of the mine’s underground resources is on schedule and it continues to advance a feasibility study for a possible underground extension.
China Gold also owns and operates the Jiama copper-gold polymetallic mine in Tibet.