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Jameson Stanford Resources Corp. (JMSN) Takes Long-Term Approach To The Business

Jan. 27, 2014 5:18 PM ETSMRS
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Jameson Stanford Resources is a mining, metallurgical development, and production company focused on acquiring and consolidating mining claims, mineral leases, producing mines, and historical mines with production and future growth potential through their exploration discoveries. The company's operations are focused on the initiation, production, and expansion of its acquired mineral resources into producing assets.

For more than 20 years, Jameson Stanford principals have been researching natural mineral resources in the western United States. Mining claims, mineral leases, and mineral excavation permits with significant economic development potential have been acquired and consolidated into Jameson Stanford to form the foundation of their business model.

Jameson Stanford now owns, and operates in a sustainable fashion, mines in the Star Mountain Mining District, Beaver County, Utah, the Spor Mountain Mining District, Juab County, Utah, and the Ogden Bay area, Weber County, Utah. The company's focus is on creating real value for its shareholders, which means concentrating on the development of first class ore bodies into large, long life and efficient operations, capable of sustaining competitive advantage through business cycles.

As a leader in finding, mining and processing the Earth's mineral resources, Jameson Stanford's products help fulfill vital consumer needs and improve living standards. The company's interests are diverse both in geography and product, while it remains concentrated on operating, and eventually closing, its operations safely, responsibly, and sustainably.

Most of Jameson Stanford's assets are in the western part of North America, but they are also able to operate in locations around the globe. Their businesses include hard rock mines, mills, and smelters as well as research and service facilities, in some of the world's most difficult terrains and climates.

Wherever the company operates, health and safety is the first priority. All of Jameson Stanford's businesses put sustainable development at the heart of their operations, working as closely as possible with neighboring communities, respecting their laws and customs. For the principals, it is important that the environmental effects of the company's activities are kept to a minimum and that local communities benefit as much as possible from operations.

Jameson Stanford is structured to operate as a global organization, sharing best practices across the company. Their values - accountability, respect, teamwork and integrity - are expressed through their business principles, policies and standards. To learn more about the company, visit the website at jamesonstanford.com

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