MGX Minerals (CSE:XMG) (“MGX” or the “Company”), announced CEO Jared Lazerson’s interview on Uptick Newswire’s “Stock Day” podcast with Everett Jolly.
MXG Minerals Inc. is a leader in industrial minerals, metals and technology and is lead by a core management team with unparalleled expertise in mining. “For the past five years we have taken a step back to observe macro trends,” said Lazerson. “This broader view has afforded us the foresight into what the industry looks like today; and allowed us to develop the business accordingly.”
“Your Company is everything energy,” noted Jolly. “Your preparation for the current market has directed much of your success. Can you discuss your key factor in the business model?”
“Our approach to the industry is three pronged; commodities, processes and mass storage.” Lazerson continued. “Regarding commodities we have followed a traditional exploration model, be the biggest and be the best.” MGX owns the largest new magnesium deposit in North America, the Company also owns two million acres of lithium brine exploration property.
“The specialized process with which we extract lithium cuts a two-year procedure to a few days,” continued Lazerson. “We have invested highly in additive technology and engineers that give us competitive advantage.”
Lazerson went on, “finally we acquired a mass storage facility that uses fuel-cell type batteries. This acquisition provides the Company with large-scale mass storage that costs about 1/10th the price of a lithium battery run storage.”
To learn more about MGX Minerals, listen to the full interview at the following link:https://upticknewswire.com/featured-interview-ceo-jared-lazerson-of-mgx-minerals-inc-otcqb-mgxmf/
About MGX Minerals
MGX Minerals is a diversified Canadian resource company with interests in advanced material and energy assets throughout North America. Learn more at www.mgxminerals.com.
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