Campbell Coyle Gems signs off on final paperwork which will provide them the rights to their diamond mine based in Sierra Leone.
Economically speaking, Sierra Leone has been advancing since 2012 and the mining industry of Sierra Leone has accounted for significant percentages of the country’s GDP whilst making up a large portion of the total diamond export revenue as well.
With their mining operation in Sierra Leone, Campbell Coyle Gems will form part of the mining value chain as well as have a mine-to-market operation which means that a diamond can go from being in the ground to being in a display case all under one company.
Campbell Coyle Gems has appointed a South African based company, Geoscientific Mineral Resources to identify alluvial diamond target features within their mining permit areas in Sierra Leone.
With the use of satellite image data technology, Geoscientific Mineral Resources identifies various target features which aids Campbell Coyle Gems to determine which areas of their mining permits should be mined first.
Campbell Coyle Gems has awarded an equipment supply contract to Geoscientific Mineral Resources which also trades under the name DiamondTech.
The contract is based on the supply of all mining equipment, earth moving equipment as well as all associated “on sight” requirements for Campbell Coyle Gems mining operation based in Sierra Leone.
Campbell Coyle Gems have released their “2020 Edition Loose Blue and Pink Diamond Guides”. These diamond guides will assist investors and other individuals alike in finding out more about blue and pink diamonds, which diamond mines are producing blue and pink diamonds across the globe, which blue and pink diamonds are put up for Tender as well as the DNA of blue and pink diamonds.
A detailed breakdown is also provided in the diamond guides concerning professional and experienced advice in choosing the perfect blue or pink diamond to invest, advice concerning reselling your blue or pink diamond, the rarity of blue and pink diamonds as well as the capital growth of investing in such a colour diamond.
To round off the diamond guides, the reader is able to learn about a famous blue or pink diamond which became the most expensive in the world and the origins of the famous diamond.
Campbell Coyle Gems have released their “2020 Edition Bullion Guide”. In the guide you will be able to read all about gold and silver investment opportunities, gold and silver as alternatives to cash, gold and silver as a tax free investment and so much more.