Geodex Minerals Ltd. (TSX.V: GXM) is a Vancouver-based resource company with a focus on the exploration and development of tungsten, molybdenum and indium deposits in New Brunswick.
The Company's flagship property is Sisson Brook, a large open-pittable tungsten-molybdenum deposit. Geodex is also considered the world's largest land holder of premium indium exploration properties as a result of its Mount Pleasant West project, located adjacent to the formerly-producing Mount Pleasant mine, owned by Adex Mining Inc.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerTungsten, molybdenum, indium
Geodex Signs Option Agreement with Elk Exploration to Acquire West Gore Antimony Property
Geodex Minerals to Begin Benjamin Copper-Molybdenum Project Drill Program Soon
Geodex Provides Drill Programs Update on South Dungarvon Tin and Benjamin Copper-Molybdenum Projects
Geodex Completes Exploration Program Plans for South Dungarvon Tin and Pabineau Molybdenum Projects
Geodex Completes Exploration Program Plans for Benjamin Copper-Molybdenum Project
Geodex Announces Drilling Program at Dungarvon Project
Geodex Announces Results of 2012 Exploration Program on Dungarvon Project
Geodex and Cache Enter Option Agreement for Jake Lee Mountain REE Property
Geodex Minerals Announces 2012 Drill Program Plans for Dungarvon Project
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