CARSON CITY, NV, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 05/05/2015 – – Franklin Mining, Inc. – (OTC Pink: FMNJ) (PINKSHEETS: FMNJ) – William A. Petty has returned to Bolivia to oversee a very promising pilot program, using newly acquired gold ore processing equipment. Two (2) New Age Mining gold ore processing devices were successfully shipped to Bolivia and received in excellent working condition, immediately after Mr. Petty’s arrival. Both units are specifically designed for, and represent the latest in gold ore processing technology. Initial observations of the test operations indicate excellent results. Mr. Petty has been in Bolivia for over a month, for the main purpose of overseeing successful delivery, confirming proper equipment function, establishing initial operation procedures; and, verifying the feasibility of substantial production using this new equipment.
After completing necessary testing on four (4) separate ore samples, the final conclusion reached for optimal processing was to begin in the Tipurni area. This region is well known to have a great history of gold production. Mr. Petty has identified and is very optimistic about two additional areas, which show rich resources for additional processing.
About Franklin Mining, Inc. (FMNJ: OTCMKTS US):
The company operates various mine sites under joint venture arrangements with companies in Bolivia, Peru and Mexico exercising highest standards of quality and efficiency by optimizing its resources and the preservation of the environment. In this way Franklin Mining generates value in the fields in which it operates and the projects it explores and exploits, besides contributing to the socio-economic and cultural development in the community and country it operates. Moreover, it develops mining operations through safe, low cost, innovative technology, social commitment and respect for the environment, creating value for the shareholders, employees, and the region in which it operates.
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