SOURCE: Mining Global Inc

October 28, 2014 07:02 ET

Mining Global Acquires Mining Equipment in Ghana, Africa

WICKENBURG, AZ--(Marketwired - Oct 28, 2014) - Mining Global, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MNGG) announced today that it has acquired mining equipment from SDI, Co. LTD. a Ghana Company. The acquisition includes a CAT 330 BL Excavator, a Kia Pick-up Truck and a Korean 60 TPH wash plant. This equipment has been seen before on internationally broadcasted television.

"We have just closed on the purchase of this mining equipment in Ghana," said Joel J. Natario, Chief Executive Officer of Mining Global, Inc. "This equipment was previously used by Scott Lomu and George Wright and I was happy to take it off of their hands via their investor's company, SDI, Co LTD."

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Mining Global's objective is to build and operate world-class mines and develop a robust portfolio of assets in North America with the focus on organic growth and early stage acquisitions. The exceptional experience and strength of Mining Global's management team, combined with the excellent infrastructure and robust economics of the Arizona mining industry, sets Mining Global to become a leading Gold development and mining company.

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