Inca One Gold (TSXV: INCA) has seen another record month recorded this year in terms of processing and deliveries. The firm this morning reported its November performance numbers, revealing it has achieved an all-time monthly high in terms of operations.
For the month of November, the firm saw a total of 8,193 tonnes of feedstock delivered to its two facilities, both of which are located in Peru. Deliveries for the month reportedly beat the previous all-time high record of 6,990 tonnes by 17%, which was set earlier this year in September. Deliveries averaged out to 273 tonnes per day over the course of the month.
Processing meanwhile amounted to 7,024 tonnes, indicating that December is already well on its way to a strong performance as well due to the excess feedstock delivered that was not yet processed. Processing increased 19% on a month over month basis.
Gold production meanwhile hit 2,356 gold ounces, an improvement of 9% over the prior month, and a 69% improvement on a year over year basis.
Inca One Gold last traded at $0.34 on the TSX Venture.
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