Bellzone Mining announced Thursday the first shipment of iron ore was dispatched from its Forecariah joint venture with China International Fund in the Republic of Guinea, West Africa.
The shipment was made on Wednesday and further details will be released on January 3rd, the company said in a statement.
The Forecariah iron ore mine began production in May 2012, with plans to ramp up the operation in the New Year.
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Bellzone is an exploration and resource development company with iron ore and nickel and copper permits in the Republic of Guinea. The AIM-listed company has a market capitalisation of £104.07m.
Shares fell 1.72% to 14.25 at 9:18 Thursday.
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