MiningNewsBreaks — Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. (CSE: RFLX) (OTCQB: RFLXF) (FSE: HF2) CEO to Present at Upcoming Conference
Reflex Advanced Materials (CSE: RFLX) (OTCQB: RFLXF) (FSE: HF2), a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia, will be participating in the Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Gigafactory Conference. The two-day event will be held June 8–9, 2023, Washington, D.C. The company announced that CEO Paul Gorman will be a panel member during a session focused on the graphic supply chain. Recognized as a premier event for industry professionals, government leaders, investors and key stakeholders in the electric vehicle (EV) and energy storage sectors, the Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Gigafactory Conference is hosted by Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, the world’s leading provider of independent price assessments and market intelligence for lithium-ion batteries, electric vehicles, and energy storage. According to the announcement, the company’s attendance at the conference reflects its dedication to being a key part of securing the nation’s domestic supply chain for graphite. The company owns the Ruby Graphite project in Dillon, Montana, which operated in the 1940s and was a past producing commercial graphite mine; Reflex anticipates conducting an initial diamond drill program at the site after 70 years of it being dormant. During the conference, Gorman will engage with industry leaders, share expertise and network with key decision-makers. “We are thrilled to be a part of the Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Gigafactory Conference,” said Reflex Advanced Materials CEO Paul Gorman in the press release. “This conference brings together top minds and innovators in the industry, and we look forward to networking with key decision makers within the U.S. federal government that will drive the federal funding efforts of securing the North American domestic electric battery and energy storage systems.”
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About Reflex Advanced Materials Corp.
Reflex Advanced Materials is a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia. Its objective is to locate and, if warranted, develop economic mineral properties in the strategic metals and advanced materials space. It is focused on improving domestic specialty mineral infrastructure efficiencies to meet surging national demand by North American manufacturers. The company is working to advance its Ruby Graphite Project, located in Beaverhead County, Montana, and ZigZag Lake Lithium Property, located in Thunder Bay Mining Division, Crescent Lake Area, Ontario. For more information about the company, visit www.ReflexMaterials.com.
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