TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - July 18, 2016) - Excellon Resources Inc. (
Brendan Cahill, President and Chief Executive Officer, states, "We are very pleased to have Denis join the Excellon team. He brings exceptional technical assessment and implementation abilities to the Company and a strong commitment to best practices in mine health and safety, both of which will be invaluable as we implement the ongoing optimization program at Platosa and move towards the next phase of growth at Excellon."
Mr. Flood is a professional mining engineer with over 12 years of experience providing technical, operational, project management and mine safety support. Most recently, Mr. Flood was the Principal Mining Engineer at Resolution Copper Company (a subsidiary of the Rio Tinto Group), where he developed and implemented technical studies and mine planning to improve mine design and process efficiency at the underground Resolution Copper Mine, projected to be one of the largest copper mines in North America. At Resolution, he particularly focused on dewatering efforts during the development of the No. 10 shaft. Mr. Flood also held various technical positions with Goldcorp Inc. (Musselwhite) and Xstrata plc (now Glencore plc) (Kidd Operations, Nickel Rim South and Fraser). He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree from Dalhousie University.
Excellon's 100%-owned Platosa Mine is located in Durango, Mexico and is a high grade silver, lead and zinc mine. The Company is positioning itself by focusing on increasing the profitability of La Platosa's silver production and near-term mineable resources.
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