Rambler is a mining and development company holding a portfolio of properties on the Baie Verte Peninsula, in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
In November 2012 Rambler brought its 100% owned Ming Copper-Gold Mine into commercial production. This is supported by a fully operational base & precious metals processing facility and year-round bulk storage & shipping facility.
Rambler's focus is to regain its production profile at 1,350 metric tonnes per day at 2% Cu in the course of 2022 and evaluate expansion opportunities from that base.
Along with the Ming Mine, Rambler also owns 100% of the former producing Little Deer and Whales Back copper mines.
Rambler listed on the London AIM in 2005 and currently trades under symbol RMM.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerCopper, Aluminum, Lead, Nickel, Tin, Zinc, Gold
Rambler Completes Purchase of Cornerstone's Interest in Little Deer Copper Project and Informs Thundermin
Thundermin Reports Discovery of Additional Copper Mineralization on Stirling Property
Thundermin Resources Reports Mineral Resources Estimate for Whalesback Copper Deposit
The Avio® 550 Max is a compact, fully simultaneous ICP-OES instrument with Scott/Cross-FlowTechnology.
ATLAS is a state-of-the-art TPMS telematics gateway that allows monitoring all your sensors with a single device.
The Rigaku ZSX Primus IVi offers high-speed chemical analysis of geological materials, liquids, alloys, chemicals and plated metals. As a sequential WDXRF spectrometer, it offers superior resolution and sensitivity compared to EDXRF spectrometers.
AZoMining speaks to Francois Nell at Sandvik about the importance of mining sustainability and why equipment rebuilding and upgrades play their part in reducing fuel consumption.
AZoMining speaks to Philip Gross, CEO of Snow Lake Lithium, about the development of the world's first electric lithium mine. This is a particularly important development within mining and highlights the significance of accelerating green mining across the world.
Prof. James Tour
AZoMining speaks with James Tour from Rice University about his team's exciting method that has the very real potential to recover valuable REE from three types of waste; electronic waste, coal fly ash and bauxite residue.