The changes had already a positive effect on the production and financial results of Cobra Oro with sales ($496,220) for Q1-2018 (nil in Q1-2017) and a gross operating margin of $58,190 despite 22 days of downtime during the quarter.
First part of Q1-2018 (January 1st to February 22nd) , the average tonnage processed was 19 tons per day compare to 60 tons per day for the balance of the quarter. Sustainable recovery has increased from 51% begining of the quarter to 85% for the second part of the quarter. Average grade processed was 4.8 grams gold per ton for a total of 279 ounces of gold produced and 1715 ounces of silver.
The Company had its first positive cash flow of $115,360 from operating activities before change in working capital items compare to a negative cash flow of $317,569 for Q1-2017. The upward trend for improved cashflow will continue based on an increase in daily throughput from current levels.
At last, operations are running very well and will remain stable with no more modifications in sight and very little capital expenses budgeted for the rest of the year.
The facts reported herein are detailed in Glen Eagle’s MDNA and auditable.
Jean Labrecque, President
Glen Eagle Resources Inc
Complexe du Canal Lachine, Suite 308
4710 St-Antoine Street
Tel : 514-808-9807
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