This latest news comes only weeks after the company announced that full scale production on the site is to begin in October. Mr Javis went on to say that due to the company's community obligations C2C will attempt to recruit where possible from within the local area, and will be offering training and safety courses to successful candidates.
This move for C2C signals the beginning of a period of rapid expansion, in company size, productivity and investment. Mr Jarvis commented "We are supremely confident in this project, and we're keen to begin. This is however, a long term project and we will be adhering to the defined strategies". The company at this time is preparing training courses, with the first wave due to begin on Monday 23rd September 2012. C2C intend to ensure that accidents rates are as low as possible, and that all staff are sufficiently experienced to conduct their respective roles.
On Friday of last week four hundred representatives from various other mining companies, and staffing agencies, attended an open day held at the project offices in Belo Horizonte; keen to supply the required workforce.
About C2C Exploration
C2C Exploration, is a São Paulo based mineral exploration and extraction company with an aggressive growth strategy. The company places great importance on exploration, acquisition and development of assets to maximize growth and shareholder value.
The company's current portfolio of assets comprises three exploration projects with epithermal gold, and reserves of other minerals in the area around Sao Paulo, Brazil.
C2C Exploration is committed to building and maintaining shareholder value, and has a strategy focused on constructing a diverse portfolio through exploration and acquisition of early stage projects with high potential. The current portfolio includes several projects with proven reserves, and early stage projects involved in the exploration for gold, copper, iron, and nickel.
The company's' Santo Amaro project is its prime asset and is located in northern brazil, and is wholly owned by C2C exploration. Production began on the Santa Amaro project in 2008.