Kinross Gold Corporation has entered into agreements to acquire a 70 percent interest in the high-quality Peak Gold project, a relatively high-grade deposit with a large estimated resource base that is expected to commence production in 2024, which is located approximately 250 miles southeast of Kinross’ Fort Knox mine.
The 12,000-square-foot hangar provides a state-of-the-art environment with energy-efficient in-floor heating throughout and the newest LED lighting system. The hangar has a 80 foot wide Schweiss bifold door with 22 foot height clearance. It is equipped and engineered to support a monorail hoist system to lift aircraft up to 5 tons.
“Every nonprofit in this state is nervous about the future. If we are going to recover, we will need more community support than ever. That means we need to defeat Ballot Measure 1,” says Flora Teo, president of Junior Achievement of Alaska.
“COVID has taught us that flexibility in travel is key. As we evolve our approach to travel to include more than 100 safety actions, it’s important to give our guests flexibility when they book by eliminating change fees,” said Andrew Harrison, executive vice president and chief commercial officer for Alaska Airlines.
The cutting-edge facility will add another thirty-five new jobs to its existing twenty team members to support Medline’s growing customer base in Alaska. Medline previously operated an Anchorage distribution center one third of the size of its new facility.
Ravn Alaska is operating under new ownership and preparing to get back in the air with a new leadership team: CEO Rob McKinney, President Tom Hsieh, Chief Compliance Officer Dan Kitchens, and Chief Financial Officer Jim Day, all of whom have years of experience in the aviation industry.