Runge opens Mongolian office, wins new contract

Queensland-based mining technology services company Runge has won a significant scoping study contract for a Mongolian mining house just months before opening its own office within the country.

The contract for Oyuny Undra Holdings, which has a Tungsten/Lithium Project in the South East Mongolia, represents the largest single pure technical consulting job won by Runge North Asia business to date.

Continued investment within the region will see Runge open an office in Ulaanbaatar in May.

Runge Asia General Manager for China and Mongolia, Philippe Baudry, says the company will soon be well positioned to expand its support to key contract holders.

“We have been working closely with Oyuny Undra Holdings since January this year, assisting them to bring this mining project up to International JORC Standard,” Baudry says.

“To date we have been providing assistance with assessing the current data, compiling preliminary estimates as well as giving advice on the deposit in terms of the potential risks and opportunities,” he says.
source: http://www.qbr.com.au/news/articleid/68223.aspx
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