$TRLR Company Overview and Description
TruLan is a Nevada based exploration and mining development company with a focus on Gold, Silver, and Platinum Group Metals (PGM) projects in North and South America. The company and its management team have evaluated several highly prospective properties that have shown excellent promise for the establishment of near term mining operations, in addition to highly anticipated exploration potential.
The TruLan team is committed to the acquisition of properties that have previously undergone significant exploration and work programs, and where a comprehensive data package exists. In order to maximize shareholder value, TruLan’s mission is the development of properties whose potential is considered to be extensive, with minimal infrastructure and operational costs, and that can be advanced in an environmentally responsible manner.
Trulan entered into an agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the IGP Iron Gold Platinum Project ("IGP" or the "Project") in the IV Region – Region de Coquimbo – of Chile in February, 2013. The relatively small region has a long history of mining and several operations are currently in production, including the Los Pelambres Deposit, which is the world's fifth largest copper mine.
The IGP Project totals 885 Hectares (2,186 Acres) of wide spread mineralization and ore bodies that contain high grades of Iron, Gold, Platinum and other high value industrial minerals. There are eight known deposits in close proximity which have been tested to the point where an Indicated Ore resource has been delineated. There are four ore bodies within the Project area with an Indicated Reserve in excess of 247 Million Metric Tons. Each of the four deposits have not been fully tested to determine ultimate size and they all remain open on all sides and at depth. Further exploration beyond the zones outlined to date is needed to realize the full extent of the mineralization and total size of the Ore bodies.
Trulan Resource's Mission is the exploration and development of mining properties whose economic potential is considered to be extensive, while requiring minimal infrastructure and operational costs, that can be advanced in an environmentally responsible manner.