Today, I want to share an important update regarding Mineralocity Aggregates, a platform that many of you have come to rely on for comprehensive market intelligence in the construction aggregate industry.
After careful consideration, we have decided to evolve the direction of Mineralocity Aggregates. Starting December 31st, we will no longer offer new subscriptions to this specialized platform. This decision aligns with our goal to focus more intensely on leveraging the platform as an internal tool for Burgex’s market analysis and consulting services.
I want to assure you that this change is part of our broader strategy to enhance the value we deliver to our clients. By integrating the strengths of Mineralocity Aggregates more closely with Burgex’s services, we aim to provide more in-depth, tailored market insights and consultancy that directly benefit your projects and business decisions.
For those of you currently subscribed to Mineralocity Aggregates, your existing subscriptions will remain active until the end of your contract period. We are immensely grateful for your support and trust in our platform.
Looking ahead, the broader Mineralocity Platform, encompassing all active mines in the United States (base & precious metals, construction aggregates, coal, dimension stone, rare earths, etc.), will continue to be available. While it may not delve into the same depth as the aggregate-specific platform, it remains a robust resource for industry data and insights.
I understand that changes like these can be unexpected, but I am confident in the positive impact this strategic shift will have on the services we provide. Our commitment to delivering exceptional industry knowledge and consultancy remains stronger than ever.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding. If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to assist you in navigating these changes and to continue supporting your business needs.
Stuart BurgessChairman, Burgex Mining Consultants