NetworkNewsBreaks – Maxtech Ventures Inc. (CSE: MVT) (OTC: MTEHF) (FRA: M1N) Posts Operational Update on Brasnorte Project

Maxtech Ventures Inc. (CSE: MVT) (OTC: MTEHF) (FRANKFURT: M1N) this morning posted an update regarding operations at its Brasnorte Project in Juina in Mato Grosso, Brazil. The company recently received the final Juina claims geological review, a key part to the Guia process of the Brazilian Departamento Nacional de Produção Mineral (“DNPM”). The Guia application has been successfully lodged with the DNPM. Maxtech has also completed and submitted The Plano De Controle Ambiental (“PCA”) to the Mato Grosso State Environmental Agency. Upon approval of the PCA, the company will be granted a Preliminary Environmental License. “We are very close to obtaining final approval to commence initial mining operations in Mato Grosso, where we currently have four claims totaling 40,000 hectares. These claims contain numerous manganese occurrences, discovered through reconnaissance prospecting, and we are progressing well within the timeframe we have set to ramp up a full mining plan,” Maxtech Ventures CEO Peter Wilson stated in the news release.

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About Maxtech Ventures Inc.

Maxtech Ventures Inc. is a Canadian junior exploration company assembling and acquiring mineral assets worldwide with a view to becoming a pure-play, low-cost supplier of manganese to the agricultural, industrial and green technology markets. Maxtech has assembled several high-grade manganese assets that it intends to develop with its established partners on the ground in strategic global regions. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Maxtech-Ventures.com

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