TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/18/13 -- Castle Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: CRI) ("Castle" or the "Company") announces that Mr. Tyler Mitchelson will be joining the board of directors, effective immediately.
"We are very excited to announce Mr. Mitchelson's addition to the Castle board," stated Mr. Mike Sylvestre, President & CEO of Castle Resources. "Mr. Mitchelson is a seasoned veteran of the mining industry with expertise in strategy and business development. Given his expertise, Mr. Michelson will be an asset to the Castle board."
Mr. Mitchelson is currently President and Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Royal Nickel Corporation and has held this position since October, 2009. Mr. Mitchelson was previously the Vice President, Strategy, Business Planning and Brownfield Exploration with Vale Inco from 2006 to 2009. Prior to this role, he worked for Inco Ltd for 10 years in various financial, planning and strategy roles in the operations in Thompson, Manitoba, Sorowako, Indonesia and Sudbury, Ontario. Mr. Mitchelson a Chartered Accountant and obtained his designation in 1994.
About Castle Resources
Castle is a Toronto-based junior mineral development company focusing on high-quality, advanced projects. Management's goal is to continue the redevelopment of the 100% owned past producing Granduc Copper Mine in Stewart B.C. For more information please visit the Castle Resources' website at www.castleresources.com
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