We met Kaizen’s CEO Matthew Hornor in Hong Kong this week and the interview focused around Kaizen’s Coppermine Project in Nunavut, Canada. The reason for that is that Kaizen’s “sister company”, Ivanhoe Mines, has what is soon to become a true world class copper mine in the DRC.
Kaizen happen to share the same VP Exploration, David Broughton. Mr. Broughton and his team recently won the 2015 PDAC Thayer Lindsley International Discovery Award for the Kamoa Project. The reason for Mr. Broughton to be working on Kaizen’s Coppermine Project is that he sees the same footprint there as he does on the Kamoa Project.
“Rock grab samples collected by Kaizen geologists during a due diligence field visit, grade up to 7.27% copper and 26.7 grams per tonne silver in laterally continuous, gently dipping, carbonaceous siltstones…”