Lomiko Metals to Focus 2012
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brunneta : Lomiko Metals to Focus 2012
Lomiko Metals Inc. (LMR.V), which were last traded yesterday at a cent above year low $0.025, announced today that the Lomiko Board of Directors is looking at the potential for participation in all possible transactions involving the Table Mountain Property. The company said China Minerals Mining, the owner of this property, was exploring various options for its assets including joint ventures and potential third party acquisition.
The company also said today that it is continuously looking for opportunities in the lithium and lithium battery space.
Keine Kauf-Verkaufsempfehlung. "Das Glück des einen ist das Unglück des anderen"
erfg : Bericht von der Inv.-Konferenz (#104):
...What I found interesting about Lomiko Metals (TSX: V.LMR, Stock Forum) was its diversification. Paul Gill, company CEO, explained that in light of the recently announced location of Tesla?s gigafactory outside of Reno with its proposed 500,000 battery pack per year production presented an incredible opportunity for graphite producers that are able to position themselves for high-end, large-flake graphite used in the production of lithium ion batteries. But production isn?t enough in today?s market where resources and technology are beginning to merge.
So on top of their highly prospective Quatre Miles Graphite property in Quebec, Lomiko, with Paul at the helm, has established a healthy multi-pronged approach which saw the company create Graphene 3D Lab last year to take advantage of Graphite?s newest disruptive form, Graphene, as it pertains to the explosive 3D printing space. With Graphene?s almost limitless potential, Lomiko seeks to spin off two new technology plays this year, Graphene ESD and Lomiko Technologies.
Graphene ESD deals with energy storage devices and is a relative no-brainer as Graphene is set to turn the ?ESD? market on its ear with hitherto unknown storage capacity and nearly-instant charging. Lomiko is a bit harder to explain, but suffice it to say the new entity will have secured the rights to manufacture and sell three power convertor system designs along with the pending supply contract for an existing customer, Megahertz Power Systems.
This presents a robust economic atmosphere for the company and Gill has met the challenges of spreading the company?s wings with aplomb. I think Lomiko is an entity to consider for portfolio adoption.
erfg : Lomiko seems to reach production:
...KK: Lomiko Metals Inc. (LMR:CA) is an exploration-stage company that's engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties that contain minerals for the new green economy, specifically graphite. Its mineral properties include the Quatre Milles graphite property in Quebec and the Vines Lake property in B.C., both of which are significant discoveries. Graphite, as you know, has numerous applications, including use in the fast-growing lithium-ion battery market. Graphite is also used heavily in 3-D printing. Lomiko seems to have enough money to reach production. Lomiko also has other avenues from which to stream revenue.
TGR: Lomiko is one of a number of companies in a crowded graphite space that is not seeing a lot of market love. How is it setting itself apart?
KK: I think it's setting itself apart because it's not just into graphite. It has a subsidiary, Lomiko Technologies, which has an agreement to license from Megahertz Power Systems Ltd. the rights to manufacture and sell three power converter system designs and acquire a pending supply contract. So it is branching out, not just in graphite but also into other areas...