TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/13 -- Crocodile Gold Corp. (TSX: CRK)(OTCQX: CROCF)(FRANKFURT: XGC) ("Crocodile Gold" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Rodney D. Lamond, P.Eng. as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective July 31, 2013.
Mr. Lamond brings a wealth of operational and technical experience to the Company, with over 25 years of experience in the mining industry. He has held a number of senior management positions where he was responsible for managing international exploration and mining development strategy, most recently at Nyrstar NV where he was Group General Manager for two years and previously the General Manager in Peru. Mr. Lamond's career has taken him through operations and project development in a number of international locations and he brings proven experience and capabilities to the Company to execute its objectives.
"We are pleased that Rod Lamond has agreed to join the Company and to lead our team" said Robert Getz, member of the Board of Directors of Crocodile Gold. "Rod brings proven operational experience that will help us maximize our results from existing and new projects"
About Crocodile Gold
Crocodile Gold is a Canadian gold mining and exploration company with three operating mines in both the Northern Territory and the State of Victoria in Australia. The Company has a combined land package in excess of 4,000 sq. km. The objective of Crocodile Gold is to continue production from its three operating mines, Cosmo, Stawell and Fosterville, while also advancing exploration programs to further organic growth. For additional information, please visit our website www.crocgold.com.
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Crocodile Gold Corp.
Manager, Investor Relations
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