American Manganese Inc. is a mineral resources company actively engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of a diverse portfolio of metals in demand commodity markets.
The company focus is on the growing market opportunities in the Steel Industry, evidenced by its recent bold play into the rising Manganese Market with acquisition of Artillery Peak Manganese Properties in Arizona, recognized as the largest known manganese deposit in the USA at a time when this strategic metal faces declining supply resources. Drilling, leach testing, and mine planning are underway.
American Manganese Acquires Phosphate Project in Ft. Steele Mining Division
American Manganese Obtains Drill Results from Artillery Peak Manganese Deposit
American Manganese Proclaims Drilling Results from Artillery Peak Project
American Manganese Reports Drilling Results from Artillery Peak Manganese Deposit
American Manganese Explores New Manganese Deposits at Artillery Peak
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