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Die Firma besitzt einige sehr bedeutende Propertis in Mexiko und bereits eine erste 43-101.

Initial Mineral Resource Estimate Penasco Quemado Zone

9.63 Million Ounce Silver Mineral Resource

Drilling Also Extends Zone 750 Meters To Southeast

Silvermex Resources Ltd. has received the independent mineral resource estimate on the Penasco Quemado Zone located within the 10,000 hectare Penasco Quemado Property. The estimate, completed by Jim McCrea, P.Geo., the independent Qualified Person, was prepared using CIM definitions (August, 2004) for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101.


Quelle: Homepage
Silvermex Resources [TSX-V: SMR]

"...is a new junior resource company focused on silver exploration projects in Mexico. Since its late 2006 public debut, Silvermex has already secured a 9.65 million ounces silver NI 43-101 compliant defined mineral resource. The company has set the objective of increasing silver resources to over 100 million ounces over the next 24 months."

Da is was drin...:rolleyes: wenns so is.

http://news.silverseek.com/PeterSpina/1189706750.php
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.637.405 von Panem am 01.12.07 14:14:48Danke Panem, dass du zu diesem vielversprechenden und unentdeckten Explorer einen Thread aufgemacht hast! Ich bin schon mal mit dabei.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.637.405 von Panem am 01.12.07 14:14:48Panem,

auf der Messe in München war am Silvermex- Stand zu lesen: 25 Mill. Unzen nach 43-101.
Bin etwas irritiert.:confused:
Auszug aus dem Morgan-Report, heute veröffentlicht auf Goldseiten.de

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Silvermex ist eine wahre Hebel-Möglichkeit und steht auf der Liste weit oben. Die Firma hat vor kurzem eine Optionsübereinkunft mit Silver Standard (NASDAQ: SSRI) für die ehemals produzierende San Marcial Silver Mine in Mexiko angekündigt. Dies steigert ihre Silberressource auf fast 25 Millionen Unzen oder fast 1 Unze Silber pro Aktie. Mit nur 29 Millionen ausstehenden Aktien offeriert das Unternehmen den besten Hebel in der Liste. Silvermex hat mit 29 Millionen $ die niedrigste Marktkapitalisierung auf der Liste, die ihr eine MCAP Einschätzung von nur 1,16 $ pro Unze Silber bringt, was 30% in der Vergleichsgruppe bedeutet.
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Quelle:
http://www.goldseiten.de/content/diverses/artikel.php?storyi…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.759.592 von 089MUC am 13.12.07 21:47:56hab ich noch vergessen:


Bei der manchmal volatilen Natur von Junior-Ressourcen-Aktien sollten Investoren, die geringes Risiko und hohe Chancen in diesem Sektor suchen, fortgeschrittene Explorationsunternehmen wie Silvermex in Betracht ziehen, die vorhandene Ressourcen bieten und mit niedrigen MCAP Bewertungen notieren. Die vorhandene Ressource bietet die Sicherheit eines unterlegten Vermögenswertes, während die Aktienstruktur einen maximalen Hebel auf den Preis von Silber und eine mögliche Ausweitung der bestehenden Ressourcen bietet. Es sollte erwähnt werden, dass das Management und Insider von Silvermex, inklusive Silver Standard, über 45% der ausstehenden Aktien besitzen, was, unserer Meinung nach, die Hebelmöglichkeit vergrößert, da der Anteil an öffentlichen gehaltenen Aktien so effektiv verringert wird. Fast jede in der Tabelle aufgeführte Firma (100 Millionen Unzen Silber und darunter) wurde in vorangegangenen Berichten besprochen, mit Ausnahme von Silver Eagle.
Ich habe mich heute mit dem Vorstand unterhalten. Ich denke es ist hier einiges geboten an Höherbewertungsmöglichkeiten.

1. Die Firma ist im Moment noch zu klein um auf das Radar von vielen Investoren zu kommen, würde es aber mit den erhofften zusätzlichen Resourcen schaffen in den Bereich zu kommen.

2. Sollte man diese zusätzlichen Resourcen wirklich nachweisen können und diese zu einem vernünftigen Preis abbaubar sein, so verspricht das auch eine signifikante Höherbewertung.

3. Aktuelle Unterbewertung im Branchenvergleich. Normal wäre eine Bewertung pro zertifizierter Unze von 2 bis 3 USD. Wir sind bei ca. 1 USD im Moment, also auch hier gibt es eine gute Höherbewertungsmöglichkeit.


Ausserdem ist der grösste Aktionär Silver Standard (ca. 12 %) auch ein Türöffner für einige Sachen.

Sollte ich etwas Cash freibekommen zu vernünftigen Konditionen werde ich evtl. an dem kommenden PP zu marktnahen Kursen teilnehmen.

Ich hoffe dieser kleine Auszug bringt euch auch schon etwas weiter für Eure eigenen Recherchen.

Euer Smallcappicker
Dear Mr.,
Thank you for recently expressing interest in Silvermex Resources. Please find attached today’s press release from Silvermex Resources. Silvermex has concluded a drill program at Penasco Quemado designed to increase resources and discover mineralized extensions. Also of interest is the recent identification of a new target to the northeast of the Penasco Quemado pit zone resource. The company looks forward to positive results, geophysical work and drilling.
Our goal is to increase resources throughout Q1/Q2 2008 and move toward commencement of a pre-feasibility study at Penasco Quemado. Please look forward to more assays coming from Penasco Quemado along with more detailed information on our other projects.For further information, please contact me directly at the number below.
Regards,
Jason Leikam
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Grades of 137.8 g/t silver and 17.85% zinc over 1.55 meters returned from preliminary surface sampling at Lety Project in Durango Mexico
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. has received assays as high as 137.8 g/t silver and 17.85% zinc over 1.55 meters from its preliminary surface channel sampling program at its Lety Project located in Durango, Mexico. The Lety property covers 5,130 hectares in the Northern portion of the state of Durango and is located near the historical mining districts of Magistral del Oro, Santa Maria del Oro and Guanacevi, in the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico. The Lety Project is 17 km north of the Pitarilla deposit of Silver Standard Resources Inc. on which a resource estimate in excess of 500 million ounces of silver has been reported.

The regional geology is represented by rhyolithic and andesitic rocks overlaying sedimentary cretaceous limestones and metamorphic rocks. The mineralization is controlled by a system of regional faults trending North West. The mineralized structures lie along the great Rodeo regional fault, known to host over 200 small bonanza grade mines that have operated intermittently since early Spanish Colonial times.

During the last quarter of 2007, Silvermex staff supervised a channel sampling program on several old workings and breccia zones on the Lety Project. Over 187 samples were collected during the program. Several anomalous zones were identified during the course of the sampling.

A drill program is scheduled to commence the second quarter of this year.

Quality Control

As part of its QA/QC program the Company uses standard industry practice in its handling, preparation and processing of samples. This includes but is not limited to the segregation of duties and the use of blanks, standards and duplicate samples. The Company has contracted International Plasma Labs Ltd. (IPL), an ISO 9001:2000 accredited lab, to complete geochemical analysis and/or assay of the samples. Preparation of the samples occurs in IPL's facility in Mexico prior to secure shipment to Richmond, BC for analysis. In Richmond each sample is subjected to 30 Element ICP-ES (Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrometer) analysis. Gold values above detection limits for ICP-ES are subjected to FA/AAS (Fire Assay and Atomic Absorption).

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release. Field work has been conducted by Silvermex Resources Ltd. employees and contractors.

For further information, contact:

Bruce Bragagnolo, LLB.
CEO
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Tel: 604-682-4004
bruce@silvermexresources.com
Silvermex Drills 52.5 Meters With 122 g/t Ag and 0.14% Cu on Its Penasco Quemado Property
Monday March 17, 5:27 pm ET
Phase 4 Drilling Completed at Penasco Quemado Bulk Tonnage Deposit.
http://biz.yahoo.com/ccn/080317/200803170449179001.html?.v=1

Weiterhin gute Ergebnisse, die berechtigte Hoffnung auf einen preiswerten Tageabbau machen. Ich denke, da kann noch viel Positives nachkommen - auch wenn diese News im schwierigen Marktumfeld erstmal untergegangen sind.
Silvermex Resources Ltd. Acquires the La Frazada Silver Mine, Nayarit, Mexico

March 25, 2008, Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV:SMR) announces it has staked a 360 hectare concession along the South West margin of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in the historic mining district of Real del Zopilote, in the state of Nayarit. The past producing La Frazada Silver Mine is located approximately 300 km North West of Guadalajara and less than 100 km south of the Company's San Marcial project.
Preliminary reconnaissance sampling by Silvermex geologists of the La Frazada structure returned an average grade of 222.7 g/t silver. These results include channel samples across 1.5 meter sections of the vein grading up to 482.9 g/t silver and grab samples from dump material grading up to 655.7 g/t silver. Base metal grades of up to 0.77% copper, 8.2% zinc and 1.55% lead from 1.5 meter channel samples of vein material, and 0.70% copper, 5.3% zinc and 1.87% lead from grab samples of dump material have also been returned.
Specific results from samples collected during the reconnaissance sampling program include:

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Sample Sample Ag Ag Pb Zn Cu
Sample# type Source g/t Oz/t % % %
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FZ-1 Grab Dumps 208.7 7.0 1.79 5.30 0.71
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FZ-2 Grab Dumps 456.9 15.2 1.87 3.22 0.31
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FZ-3 Grab Dumps 655.7 21.9 0.82 0.21 0.03
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FZ-4 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 482.9 16.1 0.31 1.00 0.08
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FZ-8 Grab Dumps 228.0 7.6 0.35 0.57 0.03
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FZ-10 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 253.0 8.4 1.51 7.36 0.77
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FZ-11 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 227.0 7.6 1.55 4.07 0.32
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FZ-15 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 102.0 3.4 1.47 8.20 0.10
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FZ-19 Channel 1.5 m Hang/Foot wall 56.0 1.9 0.16 0.87 0.02
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FZ-20 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 42.2 1.4 0.48 0.92 0.03
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FZ-21 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 74.0 2.5 1.36 0.60 0.16
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FZ-26 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 27.2 0.9 0.29 1.46 0.05
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FZ-27 Channel 1.5 m Vein Underground. 82.0 2.7 1.54 5.75 0.12
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The principal mineralized zones which lie between 10 and 15 meters apart, are the La Jabalina and La Frazada Veins. These two parallel structures vary in width from 3 to 15 meters, strike to the North West (general azimuth of 250°) and are moderately to steeply dipping (60° to 70°) to the South West. Both mineralized zones either outcrop or are exposed in trenches and underground workings along strike for more than 3 kilometers within the claim boundaries. A brief survey of the underground workings indicate the structures are exposed over a vertical distance of at least 300 meters and are open down dip. The tunnels are of relatively easy access but will require some re-conditioning.
Historical records indicate a foreign company operated the mines and a small smelter between 1890 and 1910. Operations apparently ceased at the time of the Mexican Revolution. Unverified sources indicate that bonanza grade silver (i.e. up to 1.5 kg/t) and an undisclosed quantity of gold were recovered from these operations. In 1985 Compania Minera Nival completed construction of a 280 tpd mill and development of an extensive series of underground workings including a 1,300 meter tunnel that allowed access to the La Jabalina vein at 6 different levels. These workings were used to access a 900 meter long, 350 meter high ore shoot that appears to be only partial mined. Prior to its abandonment, it appears Nival had been preparing for a more extensive mining program as 5 meter wide ramps had been completed which would have allowed for significantly higher production rates from La Jabalina. Previous owners have reported that exploration results from the Jabalina tunnel include a one meter channel sample of vein material that assayed 19.3 oz/t silver and 0.19 oz/t gold. The mine closed in 1997 due to low metal prices. The mill was later relocated.
The property lies along the contact between the Upper and Lower Volcanic Series, an unconformity that hosts many of the significant precious metal deposits in the Sierra Madre Occidental. Specifically the geology consists of Tertiary age, Lower Volcanic andesites overlain by Upper Volcanic rhyolites, tuffs, breccias and ignimbrites. All the volcanic rocks have been affected by the intrusions of granodiorite, diorite and andesitic porphyry.
Silver and poly-metallic mineralization with lower gold values has been identified within the area staked. Mineralization is associated with a northwest trending regional structure that hosts several quartz veins and breccias zones. This principal trend has been displaced locally by minor post-depositional faulting that does not appear to have significantly impacted the continuity of the mineralized structures. Porphyritic andesite, with pervasive prophylitic alteration (limonite secondary to pyrite) and minor dissemination of galena and pyrite is the principal host in the mineralized zone.
Silvermex is currently completing a systematic sampling and mapping program along the 3 kilometer surface outcrops and the underground workings in which the La Jabalina and La Frazada vein and breccias systems are exposed. Management believes the El Zopilote District is a large mineral system that may be part of a volcanic caldera complex. In addition to being a favorable environment for hosting epithermal deposits the geology of the region suggests it may also be favorable for hosting volcanogenic massive sulfides targets. A detailed mapping and sampling program is currently underway on the property with a drill program scheduled for the third quarter of this year.

Quality Control
All samples have been submitted to IPL in Richmond, B.C. for four acid digestion followed by ICP analysis. Duplicates, standards and blanks have been randomly inserted to the sampling stream at a ratio of 1 check assay for every 25 samples. Check assays are being completed at ALS Chemex in North Vancouver, B.C.

Qualified Person
Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release. Field work has been conducted by Silvermex Resources Ltd. employees and contractors.

For Further information, contact:
Arturo Bonillas, B.Sc.(Eng)
President
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Tel: 011-52-662-262-1132
arturo@silvermexresources.com
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Silvermex Resources Ltd. Closes Financing Of $2,906,000
TSX-V:SMR

Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the "Company") announces that further to its news release dated February 26, 2008, it has closed its brokered private placement of 2,411,000 units (the "Units") at a price of $1.00 per Unit for gross proceeds of $2,411,000 and its non-brokered private placement of 495,000 Units for gross proceeds of $495,000. Each Unit consists of one common share and one-half share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant (a "Warrant") will entitle the holder to purchase an additional common share for a period of 12 months from closing at a price of $1.25 per share. The brokered private placement was arranged through Versant Partners Inc. as lead agent and included Canaccord Capital Corporation, with selling group members that included Raymond James Ltd., Bolder Investment Partners, Ltd. and First Canada Capital Partners Inc. (collectively, the "Agents").

The Agents' compensation consisted of a cash commission of 8% of the gross proceeds of the brokered private placement. The Agents were also issued compensation options exercisable to acquire that number of Units equal to 8% of the number of Units sold pursuant to the brokered private placement for a period of 12 months following closing at a price of $1.00 per Unit. In addition, the lead agent received a corporate finance fee of $25,000.

The Company paid cash finders' fees totaling $19,200 in respect of the non-brokered private placement.

The common shares and Warrants comprising the Units are subject to a hold period expiring August 5, 2008, as are any common shares issued on exercise of the Warrants (if exercised prior to the expiry of such hold period). The brokered and non-brokered private placement are subject to final TSX Venture Exchange approval.

The proceeds of the private placement are intended to be used to fund work programs on the Company's Penasco Quemado, San Marcial, Lobos, El Rayo and Lety properties in Mexico and for general working capital purposes.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of
Silvermex Resources Ltd.
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Silvermex Extends Strike Length at San Marcial to 3,500 Meters Trenching Returns 300 g/t Silver Across 22.1 Meters
TSX-V:SMR

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Silvermex Resources Ltd ("Silvermex") announces results of its surface and underground exploration programs on its optioned San Marcial Property in southern Sinaloa. Highlights include grades as high as 300 g/t silver across 22.1 meters and a higher grade section of 994 g/t silver over 2 meters. The surface and underground exploration program at San Marcial included geological mapping, surface channel sampling, drill core re-logging and road construction.

Geological mapping (1:1,000) was completed over a 360 hectare area exposing 3.5 kms of strike length along the San Marcial vein system. This is an increase of 3 kms over the 500 meter area which contains the existing inferred resource of 14.26 million ounces of silver. Channel sampling of the surface exposures of the vein system and re-logging of 3,127 meters of core from previous drilling campaigns by prior operators were also completed. This program provided valuable information regarding the geologic history, nature of the mineralization and deposit model used to support the next phase of exploration. The next phase program will include a 5,000 meter diamond drill program with a principal objective of expanding the current resource.

The San Marcial vein system outcrops intermittently for over 3.5 kilometers and varies in width from 2 meters to 35 meters. The system strikes NW-SW and dips between 55° to 65° NE. The host rocks consist of a volcanic sequence of andesitic composition. The hanging wall is composed of tuffs, ash flows and conglomerates with the footwall composed of tuffs, lava flows and a volcano-sedimentary sequence in the extreme southern portion of the claim block exposed by the historical workings. The volcano-sedimentary sequence in a very important marker as it is generally affected by a strong propilitization with 5% to 10%, disseminated pyrite associated with high grade silver, lead and zinc values.

A total of 143 channel samples were collected from the various trenches and outcrops. The samples were forwarded for both assay and multi-element analysis by four-acid digestion method. The results confirm the high grade tenure of the surface mineralization and the continuity of the ore-shoot that hosts an inferred mineral resource of 14.6 million ounces of silver (2,310,000 tonnes grading 191.79 g/t Ag, 0.32% Lead and 0.66% Zinc). Five trenches are located along 400 meters of strike within the area hosting the majority of historical workings. The mineralization ranged from 300 g/t Ag across 22.1 meters to 994 g/t Ag across 2.0 meters. The mineralization remains open to the southeast. To the northwest the surface exposures of the San Marcial vein system are not as continuous but can be traced or inferred by an alteration zone that extends for more than 2.5 kilometers. These outcrops vary in width from 2 to 35 meters. While these surface expressions generally returned lower silver grades, the presence of indicator minerals (i.e. arsenic, antimony, manganese, lead, zinc and barium) allow us to infer the continuity of the vein system and the probability of higher silver grades at depth.
Dear Shareholders and Investors,
Just a quick note to update you on Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV-SMR). which is focused on building high quality silver resources in Mexico. We now have 6 active projects in north-western Mexico, including 2 advanced-stage projects that have NI 43-101 resources of over 24 million ounces of silver in near-surface deposits. The company is now focusing on increasing these resources and moving towards economic assessment.

Corporate highlights include:
An existing resource of almost one ounce silver per share.
One of lowest market cap valuations on a per ounce of silver basis.
Resources are high grade, open-pit or bulk-mineable deposits.
Proven and reputable management teams in both Canada and Mexico.
Well financed for drill programs and resource growth.
Management and Silver Standard own approximately 42% of all outstanding shares.
Aggressive drill campaigns and economic assessment planned for 2008.
Recent News includes:
Extended Strike length at San Marcial from 500 mts to 3.5km’s.
Drill program underway at Penasco Quemado to extend ore body.
Recently acquired past-producing La Frazada Mine in Nayarit, Mexico.
Silvermex is a silver-focused mining company with established silver resources and an attractive share structure. The Company offers tremendous leverage to silver and great up-side price potential as silver resources are increased.
Our founding and major shareholder is Silver Standard Resources Inc, (NASDAQ-SSRI) which controls the world's largest published in-ground silver resources of any publicly-traded silver company.
We have an aggressive exploration campaign planned for 2008 which will include over 20,000 meters of drilling with the primary focus being on increasing resources. Our objective is to increase silver resources to over 100 million ounces and have 2 projects entering prefeasibility over the next 12 months.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact me directly at 604-638-8978 or visit our website at: www.silvermexresources.com.

Best regards,
Duane Nelson
Wieder eine gute Einstiegsmöglichkeit bei dem zurückgekommenen Niveau oder wie seht ihr das?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.971.997 von Smallcappicker am 25.04.08 13:10:06Wenn Du nicht investiert bist - sicher! Ansonsten muss man jetzt nicht "zwingend" kaufen. Denn die Explorer-Schwäche dauert wohl noch an. Aber Silvermex hat überdurchschnittliches Potential. Nur, Sitzfleisch sollte man als Anleger mitbringen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.979.125 von hoschmi am 26.04.08 22:46:39Ich hatte eigentlich einen recht guten Eindruck bei dem Gespräch mit dem Managementteam und mit dem jetzigen Private Placement-Geld kann man überdurchschnittlich viele neue Unzen an Reserven an Land ziehen. Muss mich jetzt aber auch erst mal von einem grossen Verlust bei einem anderen Explorer erholen.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
High Grade Silver-Lead-Zinc Results Returned From Sampling Along 2,400 Meters Of Surface Strike And 200 Meters Of Underground Workings At La Frazada Project, Nayarit, Mexico
3,700 Meter Core Drilling Program Commences on the San Marcial Silver Property
TSX-V:SMR

May 29, 2008, (TSXV:SMR) Silvermex Resources Ltd. ("Silvermex") announces that two diamond drills have arrived at the Company's San Marcial Property in Sinaloa to commence a fourteen hole, 3,700 meter core drilling exploration program. Silvermex has an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Property. The decision to proceed was supported by the results from the recently completed surface exploration program consisting of geological mapping, surface sampling and re-logging of the core from previous drill programs. The objective of the program is to complete the necessary infill drilling to upgrade the category of the current mineral resource and expand the continuity of the mineralized structure at least 200 meters along strike and 400 meters down dip. The San Marcial Project currently hosts an inferred mineral resource of 14.26 million ounces of silver (2,310,000 tonnes grading 191.79 g/t Ag, 0.32% Lead and 0.66% Zinc). Based on work completed to date the Company believes the resource may be amenable to bulk mining methods.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Drilling Intersects 148 g/t (4.31 oz/t) Silver Across 22.5 Meters at the Penasco Quemado Project, Sonora Mexico

June 11, 2008, (TSXV:SMR) Silvermex reports the results from the 2,706 meter reverse circulation drilling program completed on the Penasco Quemado property, located in northern Sonora. Significant intersections encountered during the program include 30 meters grading 149.2 g/t Ag from infill drilling at the Penasco Quemado (PQ) Zone, and 22.5 meters grading 148.5 g/t Ag from the Southeast Extension approximately 820 meters from the start of the PQ Zone. This intersection of economic grade mineralization was the furthest ever encountered from the PQ Zone since exploration was initiated on the Property by Silvermex in 2005. The results of this latest drill campaign further confirm the deposit's low stripping ratio and amenability to low cost, bulk tonnage, open pit mining methods.

The principal objectives of the program were to: (i) delineate the full extent of the P Q Zone bulk tonnage deposit, including its northeast, southwest and southeast boundaries; (ii) complete infill drilling in areas with inadequate data and information in order to establish continuity between mineralized zones, (i.e. in particular between sections 0+00 and 0+400SE); (iii) establish the continuity of the mineral intervals intersected by the January and February 2008 drill program including the Southeast Extension identified in hole PQD-05 (between sections 0+620SE and 0+850SE); and (iv) test the high grade silver intervals intersected by the previous drill programs in the San Luis area.

The results of the drilling confirm that the mineralization extends to the southwest with silver grades similar to those that constitute the current mineral resource of 9.5 million ounces. To the southeast along strike the deposit expands longitudinally while silver grades moderately decrease. The deposit remains open along strike past section 400SE. Intersection of the mineralized zone at section 820SE suggests the mineralization may be continuous between these sections.

In addition to the drill program, metallurgical testing and geological modeling were recently initiated. Once completed the results will help support a revised mineral resource estimate and Preliminary Evaluation (i.e. scoping study) that Silvermex plans to commence this summer.

Penasco Quemado (PQ) Zone:

A total of 2,226 meters in 23 holes were completed in the vicinity of the PQ Zone during the most recent reverse circulation drill program. The infill drill program was designed to increase the confidence level of the current mineral resource, while the step out program was designed to identify any additional lateral and strike extensions associated with the silver mineralization. The Company believes encouraging results from several drill holes completed along the southwestern extension of the mineralized zone will significantly increase the current mineral resource. Specifically, holes PQRC-55, 59, 62, 63, 68 and 72 all encountered ore grade silver mineralization over significant intervals along the southwest extension of the deposit. Holes PQRC-73, 74, 75 and 76 also encountered high-grade silver mineralization along the southeastern extension of the deposit. The mineralized zone remains open along strike in this direction. Once additional drilling is completed to assist with the interpretation of the geological controls over the mineralization a step-out drill campaign will be initiated to further confirm the strike extension. Significant assay results from each of the mineralized zones are reported in the following table:


Penasco Quemado Zone, 5th Stage Infill/Exploration Drilling Program
Significant Mineral Intersections
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Total
Hole Length Start Finish Interval Width Ag Cu
Number (m) (m) (m) (m) (m) g/t ppm
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PQRC-55 114.0 33.0 40.5 7.5 7.5 92.0 459
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includes 34.5 39.0 4.5 4.5 136.2 672
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PQRC-59 54.0 0.0 13.5 13.5 13.5 69.3 909
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includes 0.0 4.5 4.5 4.5 102.0 1644
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PQRC-62 114.0 43.5 52.5 9.0 9.0 100.3 641
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PQRC-63 96.0 63.0 69.0 6.0 6.0 236.0 1711
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includes 63.0 67.5 4.5 4.5 298.4 2156
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PQRC-68 54.0 0.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 149.2 3921
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includes 12.0 25.5 13.5 13.5 204.0 4582
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PQRC-72 132.0 94.5 120.0 25.5 25.5 60.2 648
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includes 111.0 118.5 7.5 7.5 120.5 1603
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PQRC-73 114.0 70.5 114.0 43.5 43.5 44.2 588
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includes 99.0 114.0 15.0 15.0 70.2 896
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PQRC-74 162.0 58.5 72.0 13.5 13.5 30.4 328
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162.0 81.0 93.0 12.0 12.0 30.1 267
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PQRC-75 168.0 88.5 93.0 4.5 4.5 34.7 403
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PQRC-76 162.0 85.5 96.0 10.5 10.5 34.7 139
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Southeast Extension:

To further test the continuity of the mineralization encountered in hole PQD-05 completed during the 2006 drill campaign the Company completed 480 meters of drilling in four reverse circulation holes. Hole PQRC-80, located on section 820SE, encountered 22.5 meters grading 148.3 g/t Ag. This intersection of economic grade mineralization was the furthest ever encountered from the PQ Zone since exploration was initiated in the property by Silvermex in 2005. The next phase of drilling will concentrate on infill drilling between section 620SE and 850SE and further extending this zone of silver mineralization to sections 850SE and 900 SE. Significant assay results from two of the three holes completed in this zone are reported in the following table:


Assay results of the drill intersections on the Southeast Extension
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Total
Hole Length Start Finish Interval Width Ag Cu
Number (m) (m) (m) (m) (m) g/t ppm
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PQRC-79 120.0 97.5 102.0 4.5 4.5 128.0 90
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includes 99.0 102.0 3.0 3.0 182.0 107
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PQRC-80 114.0 52.5 75.0 22.5 22.5 148.3 433
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includes 54.0 69.0 15.0 15.0 197.0 561
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San Luis Zone:

A total of 570 meters of reverse circulation drilling in 10 holes was completed in the San Luis Zone. The objective of the program was to penetrate the down dip extension and extend the strike length of the mineralization encountered during the 2006 and earlier 2008 drill programs. The significant intersections are all near surface and hosted in an andesitic breccia unit. The unit dips to the southwest and outcrops along strike for over 120 meters. While only two holes penetrated the zone they do confirm the continuity of the mineralized zone. With the exception of hole PQRC-86 that intersected 4.5 meters grading 174.3 g/t silver, the results were generally lower grade and restricted to small lenses. While the Company does not expect that any resource identified in the San Luis Zone will have a material impact on the overall resource base of the Property, the high grade and near surface nature of the mineralization will make it an attractive and low cost zone to exploit. The assay results from the significant intersections are reported in the following table:


San Luis Zone 2008 Exploration Drilling ProgramSignificant Mineral Intersections
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Total
Hole Length Start Finish Interval Width Ag Cu
Number (m) (m) (m) (m) (m) g/t ppm
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PQRC-86 60.0 19.5 24.0 4.50 4.50 174.3 789
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PQRC-90 54.0 28.5 31.5 3.00 3.00 25.2 308
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Southern Portion of the Property:

Silvermex exploration staff has completed a program of detailed mapping and sampling in the southern portion of the Penasco Quemado Property. The investigation concentrated upon the structures controlling the silver and copper mineralization in the area. The silver and copper mineralization appears to have been emplaced in volcano-sedimentary sequence related to both low and high angle faulting. These shears acted as conduits for the flow of hydrothermal fluids. The low angle structures were created by the uplifting of the granitic basement that produced both regional and local metamorphism of the overlying volcanic and sedimentary sequence. Staff geologists are of the view that the thickening of the sequence to the south allows for the possibility of a down dip extension to the mineralization. It is believed that the mineralization may be related to a larger copper porphyry system. The Company intends to test this theory by completing geophysical (IP and/or NSAMT), geochemical (MMI) and reverse circulation drill programs.

Quality Control

All samples have been submitted to IPL in Richmond, B.C. for four acid digestion followed by ICP analysis. Duplicates, standards and blanks have been randomly inserted to the sampling stream at a ratio of 1 check assay for every 25 samples.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A., Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release. Field work has been conducted by Silvermex Resources Ltd. employees and contractors.

For Further information, contact:

Arturo Bonillas, B.Sc.(Eng)
President
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Tel: 011-52-662-262-1132
arturo@silvermexresources.com
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Silvermex Commences Drill Program At El Rayo Project, Sonora, Mexico
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. announces that it has commenced an initial reverse circulation drill program on its El Rayo project located near Magdalena de Kino in northern Sonora, Mexico. The program will consist of 600 meters of drilling in 6 holes along the strike length of an outcropping breccia mineralized fault which has been mapped to a minimum length of 400 meters before it dips under cover.

Silver and polymetallic mineralization has been sampled on the property over exposed surface widths of up to 40 meters and over underground widths of 12 meters on the ceiling of an existing 30 meter long tunnel that runs along the structure. Underground samples from the tunnel have returned assays as high as 700 g/t silver over 12 meters. A recently completed surface trenching program over the outcropping mineralization included values of 76 g/t silver over 24 meters, 40 g/t silver over 40 meters and 23.3 g/t silver over 4 meters.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of
Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Per: "Bruce Bragagnolo"

Bruce Bragagnolo
CEO & Director
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Corporate Update
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Silvermex is pleased to provide an update of recent activity on its Mexican silver projects and the plans for the remainder of 2008.

The capital markets this past summer were tumultuous. Both silver prices and silver primary equities suffered sharp declines. The junior explorers were greatly affected as liquidity in the junior markets dissipated. Silvermex Resources was not immune to this volatility and the share price was affected. The market has punished companies regardless of their level of development or the quality of their projects. However, this situation presents an opportunity for investors as Silvermex continues to build the quality and size of its silver deposits.

To review, Silvermex has now been public for two years. Silvermex has maintained a well planned share structure where management, together with its largest shareholder Silver Standard Resources, retains approximately 38% ownership. From its IPO through to April 2008, Silvermex has raised a total close to $9 Million and has built a property portfolio of 7 projects in Northwest Mexico. Recent use of capital has been focused on building resources at the Penasco Quemado property in Sonora and the San Marcial property in Sinaloa. These priority projects have existing resources. The focus is to expand these deposit envelopes and increase resources, rather than concentrate on early stage exploration. Management believes that the continued development of these projects represents low risk use of capital.

Earlier in 2008 Silvermex drilled a total of 5,937m at Penasco Quemado (PQ), bringing the total drilling at PQ to 12,000m. Results of the latest program were disclosed in March and June, and highlights include 52.5m of 122 g/t Ag starting at 6m depth and 22.5m of 148g/t Ag at a 52.5m depth. The current resource estimate totals 2.565 M tonnes at 116.8 g/t Ag equaling 9,631,000 ounces silver. This deposit is on surface to a maximum depth of 100 meters and offers a straightforward open pit model. The development costs and operating costs of such a model are significantly more cost effective than underground opportunities. Management expects a resource update in Q4. The next step will be to continue metallurgical work and geophysical work to the south of the initial resource where management believes the extension of the resource may be situated.

In May, Silvermex commenced its first drill program at the San Marcial project. San Marcial is under option from Silver Standard Resources. Under the agreement, Silvermex has an option to purchase 100% interest in San Marcial over three years. Silvermex believes San Marcial offers potential resources in excess of 50 million ounces silver. The objective of the first program at San Marcial is to upgrade the category of the 14.26 Million ounce resource and to expand the continuity of the mineralized structure along strike and down dip. The drill program has recently been completed and the company expects to publish assays in the coming weeks. Silvermex is very encouraged by earlier mapping and sampling at San Marcial. This data, in conjunction with earlier information provided from Silver Standard Resources, indicates that San Marcial holds the potential of a significant silver deposit. Future drilling will focus on building the resource by significant margins.

During the remaining months of 2008, Silvermex plans to publish a resource estimate update on Penasco Quemado and results from recent drill programs at San Marcial and El Rayo. Subsequent to the disclosure of these results, a resource update will also be commissioned for San Marcial. Once data has been compiled on San Marcial, the next phase of drilling will be planned and commenced.

Silvermex management believes the quality and potential of its primary projects offer significant upside opportunity. With renewed confidence in the junior markets and silver sector building, Silvermex is well positioned with upcoming positive developments this fall. We thank you for your continued interest in Silvermex and we will keep you apprised as we drive development and add value.
Friday, October 03, 2008
Amended News Release
104 g/t Silver Across 93 Meters Returned From San Marcial Silver Property Drill Program
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. ("Silvermex) announces it has completed a seven hole, 1,756 meter diamond drill program on its San Marcial silver property located in southern Sinaloa state, Mexico. The results confirmed the down dip extension and the high grade nature of the silver, lead and zinc mineralization hosted within the San Marcial vein and breccias zone. An updated mineral resource estimate is currently being completed and is expected within 10 days.

As previously reported the San Marcial mineralized zone has been traced over 1,800 meters of strike and 500 meters of depth and hosts an inferred mineral resource of 14.6 million ounces of silver (2,310,000 tonnes grading 191.79 g/t Ag (6.08 oz/t), 0.32% lead and 0.66% zinc - see News Release dated December 21, 2007). Company management is very encouraged by the results of the current program that consisted of two confirmation and five step out holes that tested the strike and down dip continuity of the system. The holes were completed in the vicinity of hole SM04, completed by previous operators, that returned 66.0 meters grading 205.9 g/t Ag.

SM08-08 was drilled between SM-15 and SM-11, holes completed by previous operators. The hole, intended to be terminated at a depth of 150 meters, was continued to 215 meters after encountering a wide mineralized zone. Between 83.0 and 186.3 meters the hole encountered a 93.3 meter interval that returned average grades of 104.2 g/t (3.30 oz/t), silver (Ag), 0.474% lead (Pb) and 0.7858% Zinc (Zn), including a 19.45 meter interval that returned 234.4 g/t Ag. Assay results from hole SM08-08 are reported in Table 1 below:

Table 1. Hole SM08-08 Assay Results


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Hole No. From(m) To(m) Width(m) Ag g/t Cu ppm Pb ppm Zn ppm
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SM08-08 93.00 186.30 93.30 104.20 84.00 4744.00 7858.00
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Includes 93.00 98.55 5.55 63.70 55.00 243.00 266.00
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Includes 98.55 118.00 19.45 234.40 62.00 6410.00 13365.00
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Includes 118.00 134.00 16.00 37.30 44.00 1859.00 1962.00
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Includes 134.00 140.00 6.00 193.30 122.00 6403.00 5160.00
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Includes 140.00 150.00 10.00 45.70 107.00 5576.00 5403.00
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Includes 150.00 152.00 2.00 168.60 202.00 3477.00 7418.00
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Includes 152.00 178.40 26.40 38.80 74.00 1013.00 2123.00
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Includes 178.40 184.90 6.50 169.30 184.00 213.00 24161.00
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Hole SM08-12 was drilled along strike, 200 meters south east of SM08-08 in the southern portion of the resource block. The hole encountered 43.60 meter interval that returned average grades of 140 g/t Ag, 0.136% Pb and 0.349% Zn. SM08-12 was drilled between holes SM-04 and SM-12, also completed by previous operators, and confirmed the high silver values previously intersected. Hole SM04 had encountered a 15 meter interval grading 637 g/t Ag and a 2.50 meter interval grading 1,179 g/t Ag down dip from hole SM-12. Assays results from hole SM08-12 are reported in Table 2 below:

Table 2. Hole SM08-12 Assay Results

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Hole No. From(m) To(m) Width(m) Ag g/t Cu ppm Pb ppm Zn ppm
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SM08-08 17.40 61.00 43.60 140.00 175.00 1357.00 3489.00
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Includes 17.40 21.95 4.55 23.10 5.00 7.00 237.00
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Includes 21.95 26.75 4.80 346.00 292.00 5258.00 9319.00
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Includes 26.75 32.75 6.00 61.70 153.00 1093.00 2635.00
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Includes 32.75 34.75 2.00 346.00 144.00 2336.00 14297.00
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Includes 34.75 36.83 2.08 75.80 185.00 1463.00 3732.00
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Includes 36.83 43.80 6.97 365.50 480.00 1864.00 2542.00
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Includes 43.80 61.00 17.20 33.10 65.00 371.00 1554.00
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Five core drill holes were completed to test the projection of the mineral structure both along strike and down dip. SM08-01 was located 100 meters along strike from the northern extent of the current resource. The hole was located to test the continuity of the mineralized zone to the northwest 75 meters below the surface (i.e. 830 meters asl (above sea level)). Holes SM08-04 and SM08-05 were located to test the mineralized structure 50 meters along strike from the north extent of the limits of the current mineral resource, 50 and 100 meters respectively below the point of intersection of SM08-01. The results returned very anomalous but uneconomic grades of silver, lead and zinc including 10.95 meters grading 24.6 g/t Ag, 105.35meters grading 4.5 g/t Ag, 107.0 meters grading 7.1 g/t Ag, 20.90 meters grading 1.38% Zn and 11.50 meter grading 1.43% Zn. Hole SM08-10, the deepest hole completed during the current program, was located to test the down dip continuity of the mineralization 675 meters asl. Several mineralized intervals between 224.20 and 273.65 meters were encountered confirming the presence of economic silver, lead and zinc grades at least 100 meters below the lower limit of the current inferred mineral resource. Results included 156.1 g/t Ag and 0.92% Zn between 224.20 and 228.85 meters and 132.7 g/t Ag between 236.85 and 238.85 meters. The final hole, SM08-13, was completed along strike beyond the southern limit of the known mineralization. The hole returned 50.0 g/t Ag across 31.35 meters between 214.25 and 245.60 meters. The silver mineralization is regularly distributed, occurring as fine veinlets and dissemination of sulfides in quartz veins hosted in a brecciated shear zone between 214.25 and 228.50 meters. Stockwork and disseminated sulphide mineralization is also clearly evident in the strongly brecciated host rock.

The drill program confirmed the continuity of the mineralization over a strike length of 600 meters and a vertical extent of at least 250 meters. The zone remains open both along strike and down dip. As in similar deposits the high grade mineralization occurs in veins and fissure fillings and tends to be irregular, often occurring in pods and favorable structures.

Company management are very encouraged by the results and expect they will contribute a significant increase in the mineral resource base of the San Marcial Project.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Arturo Bonillas, B.Sc.(Eng)
President
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Tel: 011-52-662-262-1132
arturo@silvermexresources.com

Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A.
Executive Vice-President & CFO
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-682-4004
darcy@silvermexresources.com

For Investor Relations, contact:

Jason Leikam
Corporate Development
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8979
jason@silvermexresources.com
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Silvermex Reports Initial NI 43-101 Resource Estimate for La Frazada Project
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the Company") is pleased to report that it has completed an initial mineral resource estimate on its wholly-owned, La Frazada silver project located in Nayarit, Mexico.

The initial mineral resource estimate includes measured and indicated mineral resources of 4.7 million ozs silver (Ag), 3,189 oz Gold (Au), 31.3 million lbs. of zinc (Zn) and 11.1 million lbs of lead (Pb) and inferred mineral resources of 3.8 million oz Ag, 3,055 oz Au, 30.8 million pounds of Zn and 10.8 million lbs of Pb. The majority (55%) of the silver resources are in the measured and indicated category. Average measured resource grades are 259.75 g/t Ag, 0.88% Pb and 2.35% Zn.

The resource estimate was audited by Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) the independent Qualified Person, and was prepared using CIM definitions for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101. The mineral resource estimate is:

Category
Tonnes
000
Ag (g/t)
Au (g/t)
Pb (%)
Zn (%)
Ag (oz)
000
Au
(oz)
Pb (lb)
000
Zn (lb)
000

Measured:
303.8
259.75
0.197
0.88
2.357
2,537
1,925
5,866
15,782

Indicated:
278.9
240.46
0.141
0.86
2.521
2,156
1,264
5,297
15,498

Total M& I:
582.7
250.50
0.170
0.690
2.436
4,693
3,189
11,163
31,280

Inferred:
533.7
224.88
0.178
0.923
2.616
3,859
3,055
10,860
30,769


The above block model resource estimate is based on a cut-off grade 80 grams of silver per tonne, 0.75% lead and 1% zinc.

The past-producing La Frazada Silver Mine is located approximately 300 km North West of Guadalajara and less than 100 km south of the Company's San Marcial project. The La Frazada project consists of two parallel veins which outcrop intermittently along 3 kilometers of strike length within the property boundaries. The underground workings are accessed from adits located at both the western and eastern extremities of the property. Near the western claim boundary the 1,800 meter La Jabalina adit allows access to at least three ore shoots along the La Jabalina vein on the 100 level. Near the eastern boundary development has occurred along both the La Jabalina East and the La Frazada Veins. The La Jabalina Vein has been developed along at least 250 meters of strike length and between 100 and 150 meters of vertical extent. At present the vein can only be accessed at the 330 and 360 levels. The La Frazada Vein has been developed along over 500 meters of strike length and approximately 180 meters of vertical extent between the 390 and the surface at 570 meters. The recent program concentrated on sampling and mapping along the 3 kilometers of surface outcrops and systematic sampling of the underground workings where the La Jabalina and La Frazada Veins and breccias systems are exposed.

In 1985 Compania Minera Nival completed construction of a 280 tpd mill and development of an extensive series of underground workings including a 1,300 meter tunnel that allowed access to the La Jabalina vein at 6 different levels. These workings were used to access a 900 meter long, 350 meter high ore shoot that appears to be only partially mined. Prior to the mine's abandonment, it appears Nival had been preparing for a more extensive mining program as 5 meter wide ramps had been completed which would have allowed for significantly higher production rates from La Jabalina. Previous owners have reported that exploration results from the La Jabalina tunnel include a one meter channel sample of vein material that assayed 19.3 oz/t silver and 0.19 oz/t gold. The mine closed in 1997 due to low metal prices. The mill was later relocated.

The property lies along the contact between the Upper and Lower Volcanic Series, an unconformity that hosts many of the significant precious metal deposits in the Sierra Madre Occidental. Specifically the geology consists of Tertiary age, Lower Volcanic andesites overlain by Upper Volcanic rhyolites, tuffs, breccias and ignimbrites. All the volcanic rocks have been affected by the intrusions of granodiorite, diorite and andesitic porphyry.

Management is very encouraged with this initial resource update and based the high grade nature of the deposit, extensive geological modeling, detailed underground and surface sampling, and past drill intersections, they are confident that future exploration programs will deliver additional silver resources.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) is the independent qualified person responsible for the mineral resource estimate. Mr. Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Arturo Bonillas, B.Sc.(Eng)
President
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Tel: 011-52-662-262-1132
arturo@silvermexresources.com

For Investor Relations, contact:

Jason Leikam
Corporate Development
Vancouver, BC, Canada
604-638-8979
jason@silvermexresources.com
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Penasco Quemado Resource Update - Expanded Silver Resources & Positive Metallurgical Results
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Oct 15, 2008 -- Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV:SMR) is pleased to report that infill and step-out drilling continues to expand the near-surface silver resources at its Penasco Quemado silver project in Sonora, Mexico.

Measured and Indicated silver resources at Penasco Quemado have increased to 10.05 million ozs of silver and inferred resources have increased to 1.36 million oz of silver. The majority of the silver resource (88%) is in the Measured and Indicated category.

The resource estimate was audited by Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) the independent Qualified Person, and was prepared using CIM definitions for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101. The mineral resource estimate is:




Category
Tonnes
Ag (g/t)
Contained Ag (oz)

Measured (M)
722,658
111.6
2,591,752

Indicated (I)
2,352,174
98.8
7,468,166

Total M&I
3,074,832
101.8
10,059,918

Inferred:
597,045
71.2
1,366,749



The above resource estimate is based on a cut-off grade of 30 grams of silver per tonne.

The mineral resource estimate is based on a total of 9,847 meters of core and reverse circulation drilling from 107 holes completed by both Silvermex and previous operators. The 139 square mile (36,000 hectare) property is located in the north-central portion of the state of Sonora, Mexico approximately 70 kilometers (km) southwest of the Mexico-Arizona border. The Peñasco Quemado deposit consists of silver with minor gold and copper in structurally-controlled fissure fillings hosted within granite and disseminated throughout a sedimentary breccias unit. The near surface and oxidized nature of the mineralization suggest the deposit would have a low strip ratio and be amenable to low cost, bulk tonnage, open pit mining methods.

Silvermex is also pleased to report that metallurgical testing consisting of a two-phase, 24 hour leach on Penasco Quemado ore produced 71% silver recoveries. Management is confident that by optimizing crush size, reagent concentration, leach time and ph that recoveries can be improved beyond this already acceptable rate.

Significant intersections from past drill programs include 30 meters grading 149.2 g/t Ag from the Penasco Quemado (PQ) Zone and 22.5 meters grading 148.5 g/t Ag from the Southeast Extension, located approximately 820 meters along strike from the PQ Zone. This intersection of economic grade mineralization was the furthest encountered from the PQ Zone since exploration began in 2005. The results of the latest drill program confirm the ore grade mineralization extends along strike both to the southwest and the southeast. To date the resource has been defined over a strike length of 400 meters. In addition there have been several intersections of the mineralized zone up to 820SE of the PQ Zone, suggesting the mineralization may be continuous between the 400SE and 820SE sections.

Management is encouraged with this latest resource and based on extensive geological modeling, detailed sampling, and recent drill intersections along strike are confident that future exploration programs will deliver additional quality silver resources.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) is the independent Qualified Person responsible for the mineral resource estimate. Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Arturo Bonillas, B.Sc.(Eng)
President
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Tel: 011-52-662-262-1132
arturo@silvermexresources.com
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Resource Summary And Corporate Update
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. is pleased to provide a corporate update and progress report on its 2008 exploration and resource upgrade programs. Silvermex continues to successfully focus its efforts on establishing high-quality, near-surface silver resources.

During 2008, Silvermex completed extensive exploration and drill programs on its San Marcial and Penasco Quemado properties and extensive underground sampling at La Frazada. Approximately 2,000 meters of drilling at San Marcial resulted in the increase of the indicated mineral resource to 18.0 million ozs silver and the inferred resource to 4.4 million ozs silver. This updated resource includes an upgrade of the old resource of 14.26 million ounces of silver into the indicated category from the inferred category.

These programs have allowed Silvermex in October 2008 to announce updates to the NI 43-101 resource estimates on its 3 primary, advanced-stage properties. Measured and Indicated resources now total 32.8 million ounces silver, 40.8 million lbs lead and 86.9 million lbs zinc. Inferred resources now total 9.8 million ounces silver, 30.0 million lbs lead and 65.5 million lbs zinc. This represents a 343% growth in silver resources over the last 24 month period.

As disclosed in news releases dated October 9, October 14 and October 15, 2008, the updated NI 43-101 silver resources (ozs) per project are as follows:

Category
San Marcial
La Frazada
Penasco Quemado
Totals

Measured:
0
2,615,493
2,591,752
5,207,245

Indicated:
18,021,221
2,156,335
7,468,166
27,645,722

Total M&I:
18,021,221
4,771,828
10,059,918
32,852,967

Inferred:
4,371,018
4,132,520
1,366,749
9,870,287



The updated resources per metal are as follows:

Category
Silver (ozs)
Gold (ozs)
Lead (lbs)
Zinc (lbs)

Measured:
5,207,245
1,797
5,657,445
15,834,150

Indicated:
27,645,722
1,264
35,230,132
71,123,399

Total M&I:
32,852,967
3,061
40,887,577
86,957,549

Inferred:
9,870,287
2,231
30,054,276
65,499,878


As indicated by the table above, measured and indicated resources represent 77% of total resources.

To-date, Silvermex has raised a total of $9.1 million, which translates to some 4.7 ozs of silver resource delineated for every $1.00 raised or a fully-diluted cost base of $0.55 per silver oz for total resources owned assuming satisfaction of terms of all option agreements.

The Company has 29.85 million shares outstanding which provides shareholders with leveraged exposure to 1.43 silver resource ozs per share. The current share price of $0.20 represents a market capitalization of $5.97 million which equates to a current in-ground resource MCAP valuation of $0.14 per silver resource ounce plus base metals. Management and insiders maintain a vested interest with approximately 36% ownership.

The Company's primary objective continues to be the expansion of its current, high-grade, near-surface deposits rather than early stage exploration. Resource expansion programs along with economic assessment and phase 2 metallurgical testing on all 3 projects will continue in the near future.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Darcy Krohman, P.Geo., C.A,. Executive Vice-President and CFO of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Duane Nelson,
Director
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8978
duane@silvermexresources.com
Monday, February 02, 2009
Silvermex Resources Ltd. Closes Brokered Financing Of $1,500,000
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the "Company") announces that further to its news release dated December 24, 2008, it has closed its brokered private placement of 15,000,000 units (the "Units") at a price of $0.10 per Unit for gross proceeds of $1,500,000. Each Unit consists of one common share and one-half of one share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant (a "Warrant") will entitle the holder to purchase an additional common share for a period of 18 months from closing at a price of $0.15 per share. The brokered private placement was arranged through Canaccord Capital Corporation (the "Agent").

The Agent's compensation consisted of a cash commission of 9% of the gross proceeds of the brokered private placement. The Agents were also issued 100,000 corporate finance units (the "Corporate Finance Units") the terms of which are the same as the Units and a compensation option exercisable to acquire that number of units ("Agent's Units") equal to 9% of the number of Units sold pursuant to the brokered private placement. The terms of the Agent's Units are the same as the terms of the Units. In addition, the agent received a corporate finance fee of $25,000 and a work fee of $5,000.

The common shares and Warrants comprising the Units, the Corporate Finance Units and the Agent's Units are subject to a hold period expiring June 1, 2009, as are any common shares issued on exercise of the Warrants (if exercised prior to the expiry of such hold period).

The proceeds of the private placement are intended to be used to fund work programs on the Company's San Marcial Property in Mexico and for general working capital purposes.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of
Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Per: "Bruce Bragagnolo"

Bruce Bragagnolo
CEO & Director
Monday, March 16, 2009
Silvermex Resources Initiates Preliminary Economic Assessments on its La Frazada Silver Mine
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has initiated preliminary economic assessment studies on its 100% owned La Frazada silver project located in the historic mining district of Real del Zopilote, in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. The economic assessment will include metallurgical, processing, mining and infrastructure requirements for potential mining and mill operations. They will also focus on defining the economic viability of the project and will take advantage of the existing underground infrastructure and define the near surface potential of the deposits.

Production at the La Frazada silver mine dates back to 1890. In 1985 Compania Minera Nival completed construction of a 280 tpd mill and development of an extensive series of underground workings including a 1,300 meter tunnel that allowed access to the La Jabalina vein at 6 different levels. These workings were used to access a 900 meter long, 350 meter high ore shoot that appears to be only partial mined. Prior to shut down of the mine in 1997, due to low metal prices, it appears the operator had been preparing for a more extensive bulk mining program as 5 meter wide ramps had been completed which would allow for higher production rates.

As announced by news release dated October 14, 2008, the mineral resource at La Frazada includes measured and indicated resources of 4.7 million ozs silver (Ag), 3,189 oz Gold (Au), 31.3 million lbs. of zinc (Zn) and 11.1 million lbs of lead (Pb) and an inferred mineral resources of 3.8 million oz Ag, 3,055 oz Au, 30.8 million pounds of Zn and 10.8 million lbs of lead (Pb).

Category Tonnes
X1,000 Ag (g/t) Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (oz)
X1,000 Pb (lb)
X1,000 Zn (lb)
X1,000
Measured: 3,038 259.75 0.88 2.357 2,537 5,866 15,782
Indicated: 2,790 240.46 0.86 2.521 2,156 5,297 15,498
Total M & I: 5,828 250.50 0.69 2.436 4,693 11,163 31,280
Inferred: 5,340 224.88 0.92 2.616 3,859 10,860 30,769

The completed preliminary economic assessment studies will include information from additional infill drilling and sampling, additional resource estimation, preliminary mine designs, production schedules, metallurgy, process and project infrastructure design, development of environmental management and permitting programs, estimated project capital and operating costs, pre-tax cash flows, project schedule and recommendations for additional work so the project can proceed to pre-feasibility. Updated news releases will be issued as information is gathered and completed for the individual sections of the study.

A metallurgical test program has been initiated for La Frazada and preliminary results are expected in mid April. The company will take additional representative bulk samples and the resulting material will be shipped to an independent metallurgical laboratory to optimize processing and metal recoveries. The results of these tests will be used to determine flow process, plant design and equipment selection, this work is expected to be completed in late in Q2 or early Q3 2009.

Bruce Bried, B.Sc., P.Eng., joins the Company as Senior Mining Consultant and will oversee the evaluation, and economic assessments of the Company's advanced stage projects, focusing initially on San Marcial and La Frazada silver projects. Mr. Bried is a professional engineer with over 25 years experience in engineering and operating mines, his specialty is underground vein gold and silver mines.

A graduate of the Colorado School of Mines, Mr. Bried worked with Dickenson Mines Ltd. from 1980 to 1992 where he managed their underground gold mine in Red Lake, Ontario, and their underground silver mine in New Denver, BC. Between 1992 and 2001, he worked with Homestake Mining Company as Mine Superintendent at the David Bell Mine, ON and at the Eskay Creek Mine, BC, and as Mine General Manager at the Snip Mine, BC, and at the Lead Mine in SD. From 2002 to 2003 he consulted to Kinross, Canarc, Endeavour and others on a number of projects. In 2004, he was the Operating Manager of Kinross's Lupin Mine. During the 2005 to 2007 period he was VP of Operations for Endeavour Silver Corp and Canarc Resource Corp. and then President of Canarc for the first half of 2008. Since June of last year he has specialized in due diligence on a number projects in Mexico and in the USA.

Readers are cautioned that there are no assurances that all or any part of the Resource Estimate will be economically viable and although the information in this press release is based on the best available data the Company has collected to date, a material difference between the actual results and the Company's expectations may arise once further exploration is completed.

Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The economic assessment of the mineral resources is preliminary in nature and there is no certainty that a preliminary economic assessment will be realized.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B.Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) is the independent Qualified Person responsible for the mineral resource estimate.

Both Mr. William Lewis and Mr. Bruce Bried have read and approved this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Duane Nelson
Vice President
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8971
duane@silvermexresources.com
Monday, March 23, 2009
Silvermex Executes Formal Option Agreement with Silver Standard for San Marcial Property
TSX-V:SMR
Silvermex is pleased to report that it has finalized its formal agreement with Silver Standard Resources Inc. (Nasdaq- SSRI: TSX-SSO) of Vancouver, B.C., to purchase a 100% interest in Silver Standard's San Marcial silver project in Sinaloa State, Mexico. The 4.8 square mile (1,250 hectare) property is located 56 miles (90 kilometres) east of Mazatlan in west central Mexico.

Under the terms of the formal agreement with Silver Standard, Silvermex can acquire a 100% interest by issuing 3 million common shares in three stages by February 1, 2011 at a deemed share value of $0.75 per share for the first 1 million shares and based on the market price of the shares of Silvermex at the time of each subsequent issuance. Silvermex must also pay US$15 million (less the deemed value of the 3 million common shares issued) in either cash or shares at the election of Silver Standard, by February 1, 2011. The US$15 million purchase price is based on Silver Standard's resource estimate of 14.26 million ounces of inferred silver resources on the property, prior to additional drilling by Silvermex. Silvermex must also expend US$1 million on exploration by February 1, 2011.

As reported by Silvermex in its news release dated October 9, 2008, the indicated mineral resource at San Marcial is 18.0 million ozs silver and the inferred resource is 4.4 million ozs silver. The indicated zinc (Zn) resource is 55.3 million lbs. and the indicated lead (Pb) resource is 29.9 million lbs. The inferred Zn resource is 34.7 million pounds and the Pb resource is 19.5 million lbs.



Category Tonnes Grade Contained Metal
Ag (g/t) Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (oz) Pb (lb) Zn (lb)
Indicated 3,755,893 149.20 0.36 0.67 18,021,221 29,931,874 55,328,145
Inferred 3,075,403 44.21 0.29 0.51 4,371,018 19,525,788 34,690,817
The above block model resource estimate is based on a cut-off grade of 30 grams of silver per tonne for open pit resources and a cut-off grade of 80 grams of silver per tonne for underground resources.

Cautionary Statement: Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.

The mineral resource estimate is based on a total of 4,884 metres of diamond drilling in 27 holes, completed by both Silvermex and previous operators.

The mineral resource estimate was audited by Mr. William Lewis, B.Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) an independent Qualified Person, and was prepared using CIM definitions for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B.Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) is the Qualified Person responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

For Further information, contact:

Bruce Bragagnolo, LLB.
Director, CEO
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8980
bruce@silvermexresources.com


For Investor Relations, contact:

Jason Leikam
Corporate Development
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8979
jason@silvermexresources.com
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Silvermex Resources Initiates Preliminary Economic Assessment on its San Marcial Silver Project
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Silvermex Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has initiated preliminary economic assessment studies on its San Marcial silver project located 90 kilometres east of Mazatlan in Sinaloa, Mexico. The economic assessment will include metallurgical, processing, mining and infrastructure requirements for potential mining and milling operations. The assessment will also focus on defining the economic viability of the project and will take advantage of the existing underground infrastructure and define the near surface potential of the deposit.

Reconstruction and improvements to the access roads is underway and a mining contractor has been commissioned to restore access to the mine and main portal.

As announced by news release dated October 9, 2008, the mineral resource at San Marcial includes an indicated mineral resource of 18.0 million ozs silver, 55.3 million lbs of zinc (Zn) and 29.9 million lbs of lead (Pb) and an inferred mineral resource of 4.4 million ozs silver, 34.7 million pounds of zinc (Zn) and 19.5 million lbs of lead (Pb).

Category Tonnes Ag (g/t) Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (oz) Pb (lb) Zn (lb)
Indicated:
3,755,893 149.20 0.36 0.67 18,021,221 29,931,874 55,328,145
Total M&I:
3,755,893 149.20 0.36 0.67 18,021,221 29,931,874 55,328,145
Inferred:
3,075,403 44.21 0.29 0.51 4,371,018 19,525,788 34,690,817

The completed preliminary economic assessment studies will include information from previous drilling and sampling, preliminary mine designs, production schedules, metallurgy, process and project infrastructure design, development of environmental management and permitting programs, estimated project capital and operating costs, pre-tax cash flows, project schedule and recommendations for additional work so the project can proceed to pre-feasibility. Updated news releases will be issued as information is gathered and completed for the individual sections of the study.

A metallurgical test program has been initiated for San Marcial and preliminary results are expected in mid May. The Company is taking an additional representative 150kg sample and the resulting material will be shipped to an independent metallurgical laboratory to optimize processing and metal recoveries. The results of these tests will be used to determine flow process, plant design and equipment selection. This work is expected to be completed in late Q2 or early Q3 2009.

Bruce Bried, B.Sc., P.Eng. and Senior Mining Consultant will oversee the evaluation and economic assessments of San Marcial. Mr. Bried is a professional engineer with over 25 years experience in engineering and operating mines, his specialty is underground vein gold and silver mines.

Readers are cautioned that there are no assurances that all or any part of the Resource Estimate will be economically viable and although the information in this press release is based on the best available data the Company has collected to date, a material difference between the actual results and the Company's expectations may arise once further exploration is completed.

Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The economic assessment of the mineral resources is preliminary in nature and there is no certainty that a preliminary economic assessment will be realized.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Inc.) is the independent Qualified Person responsible for the mineral resource estimate.

Both Mr. William Lewis and Mr. Bruce Bried have read and approved this news release.

For further information contact:

Jason Leikam
Corporate Development
520-609 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC Canada
V7Y 1G5
Tel: 604-638-8979
jason@silvermexresources.com
www.silvermexresources.com
Silvermex hat den Kauf des Peñasco Quemado Silver Projects abgeschlossen. Das sind 36,000 Hektar in north-central Sonora, Mexico.

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Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV -- SMR) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement with Aurcana Corporation (TSXV -- AUN) ("Aurcana") to acquire a 100% interest in the silver - gold - lead - zinc Rosario Property ("Rosario Property") located in south eastern Sinaloa State, Mexico. The Rosario Property consists of 18 concessions totaling approximately 8,515 hectares and is located approximately 94 kilometres southeast of Mazatlan. The property is strategically located within 2 kilometres of Silvermex's 1,250 hectare San Marcial Silver property.

The Rosario Property was acquired in order to consolidate Silvermex's land position in the San Marcial area and will help to accelerate Silvermex's objective of becoming a near-term silver producer. The proximity to Silvermex's San Marcial project combined with the silver resource and existing infrastructure at Rosario will significantly reduce both time and capital expenditures required for production.

The acquisition will include all facilities and infrastructure, including surface rights, underground workings, tailings dam, water, power, offices, shops, 60 man camp, warehouses and assay lab. The previous operator completed partial renovations to the mine and mill site including; upgrading of electrical substations and wiring, camp accommodations upgrades, mine dewatering and detailed engineering of an 800 tonne per day (t/d) mill. The acquisition also includes an extensive list of mill equipment and vehicles, including; a 1,200 t/d SAG ("Semi-Autogenous Grinding") mill, two 9 by 12 ball mills, numerous feeders and tanks, electrical equipment, loader/backhoe, trucks, pumps, compressors, etc.

The land directly surrounding the Rosario mill site (330 ha) is owned in fee simple and key exploration and mining areas are under a current surface rights agreement which remains in good standing for 20 years. Silvermex is working on a preliminary in-house study which will determine mine and production plans based on combining the two projects.

Historic production on the Rosario property by Grupo Mexico, the prior operator, averaged 600 t/d from 1986 to 2000. During this production period a total of 2.5 million tonnes of ore were produced which averaged 190.5 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 0.92 g/t gold, 2.02% zinc and 2.38% lead.

The two main areas of interest on the Rosario Project are the San Juan Prospect and the Plomosas Mine.

The San Juan prospect is a high priority target on the project. This vein structure has 26,205 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 339.9 grams per tonne silver, 2.1% zinc, 1.4% lead and 0.4 grams per tonne gold and 230,511 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 327.8 grams per tonne silver, 3.90% zinc, 1.70% lead and 0.2 grams per tonne gold. Developed workings consist of several hundred metres of drifts and cross cuts on two levels.

Previous owners Grupo México reported the following historic reserves.

San Juan Historic Reserves and Resources, 2000

Category Tonnes Grade Contained Metal
Ag (g/t) Au (g/t) Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (oz) Au (oz) Pb (lb) Zn (lb)
Proven 12,325 333.5 0.3 1.4 2.1 132,150 119 362,355 543,533
Probable 13,880 345.5 0.4 1.3 2.1 154,178 178 378,924 612,108
Total 26,205 339.9 0.4 1.4 2.1 286,327 297 741,279 1,155,641
Inferred 230,511 327.8 0.2 1.7 3.9 2,429,318 1,482 8,229,243 18,878,851

Two adits provide access to the San Juan prospect. A decline has been driven into the San Juan Vein and has tested the vein structure over a vertical distance of 40 metres. Historic drill intersections suggest that the zone remains open at depth.

Exploration work planned for the San Juan vein area will include exploring the known zone at San Juan to depth. Diamond drill testing will also evaluate the San Francisco vein which is interpreted to be an extension of the San Juan vein. Surface sampling by Grupo Mexico traced the vein along strike for 600 metres, and has reported results including 3.02 g/t gold and 314 g/t silver over 1.6 metres, and 0.34 g/t gold and 574 g/t silver over 1.7 metres.

The Plomosas Mine has been partially refurbished by the previous operator in preparation for an 800 tpd operation. The Plomosas Mine currently has 323,278 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 92.0 grams per tonne silver, 3.7% zinc, 2.5% lead and 1.0 gram per tonne gold and 286,613 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 161.3 grams per tonne silver, 3.21% zinc, 2.23% lead and 1.2 grams per tonne gold.

Plomosas Mine Historic Reserves and Resources, 2000

Category Tonnes Grade Contained Metal
Ag (g/t) Au (g/t) Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (oz) Au (oz) Pb (lb) Zn (lb)
Proven 37,624 123.6 1.0 2.6 3.9 149,509 1,210 2,054,270 3,081,406
Probable 285,654 87.8 1.0 2.4 3.4 806,341 9,184 14,396,962 20,395,696
Total 323,278 92.0 1.0 2.5 3.7 955,850 10,393 16,451,232 23,477,101
Inferred 286,613 161.3 1.2 2.2 3.2 1,486,326 1,058 13,241,521 19,260,394

The historic reserves are located in a number of mineral zones which include the Veta Plomosas, Plomositas, Lead-Zinc Stock Work, and Silver Stock Work. Silvermex will focus on the potential that remains within these zones and intends to expand the resource from areas remaining between old mine levels along strike and below the lowest level exploited. The stock work zones are thought to have potential for significant tonnage expansion along the strike and dip of the Plomosas fault structure.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 requirements for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

In addition to the Plomosas Mine and the San Juan prospect, there are a number of exploration targets outlined by geology, geochemistry and geophysics which are drill ready. In particular, Grupo México had proposed a significant amount of work including diamond drilling in the La Chorreras, and La Rastra areas. Silvermex is encouraged by the exploration potential that has been identified by Grupo México and Aurcana on the Rosario Project.

The information included with the Rosario Project provides a wealth of historic exploration data (geology, geochemistry, geophysics, drilling, and Landsat studies). The value of this asset cannot be understated, as the accumulation of a data base of this extent today would be prohibitive at current market prices. Previous operators have compiled this information into a comprehensive database to support and optimize the systematic geological and geochemical surveys to be carried out for further exploration of the various untested targets identified on the property. The Company has outlined a development drill program at Rosario to better define the existing historic resources and upgrade the resource category to NI 43-101 standards.

Under the terms of the acquisition, Silvermex will pay Aurcana $125,000 CDN and issue 1 million shares upon signing. Silvermex will pay an additional $125,000 CDN within 90 days of signing. Upon successful production or within 24 months, Silvermex will issue an additional 1 million shares and pay to Aurcana $3,000,000 CDN in 6 installments of $500,000 every 6 months over 36 months. Silvermex will also assume the balance of payments due to Grupo Mexico in the amounts of $350,000 USD due in July 2009 and $650,000 USD due in January, 2010. There is an NSR payable to Grupo México exclusively on ore mined from the Rosario mine(s) based on a zinc price matrix ranging from 1.75% when the price of zinc is below USD$1.00 per pound to a maximum of 3.5% when the price of zinc is higher than USD$1.50 per pound. The agreement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval, the assignment of the underlying option agreement to Silvermex and satisfactory due diligence by Silvermex.

Bruce Bragagnolo, Silvermex CEO states; "The strategic acquisition of Rosario will help to accelerate Silvermex's objective of becoming a near-term silver producer. The proximity to our San Marcial project combined with the resource and infrastructure in place at Rosario will significantly reduce both time and capital expenditures required for production. The acquisition complements our short term goals and our pre-production profile".

Preliminary resource modeling has determined that the San Marcial project currently hosts a near-surface, potentially bulk-mineable, high-grade NI 43-101 resource of 1.399 million tonnes grading 359 g/t containing 16.149 million ounces of silver. The existing resource is open at depth and along strike and has been traced on surface for 1.6 kms. San Marcial has the potential to host further silver deposits and has still undefined potential to host a gold deposit which is associated with stockwork zones and narrow veins.

The Company also reports that the news release dated March 23rd, 2009 inadvertently stated that the option agreement with Silver Standard was dated for settlement on February 1st, 2011. This should read February 1st, 2012.

Readers are cautioned that there are no assurances that all or any part of the Resource Estimate will be economically viable and although the information in this press release is based on the best available data the Company has collected to date, a material difference between the actual results and the Company's expectations may arise once further exploration is completed.

Qualified Person

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Limited.) is the independent Qualified Person responsible for the mineral resource estimate.

Bruce Bried, B.Sc., P.Eng. and Senior Mining Consultant will oversee the evaluation and economic assessments of the San Marcial and Rosario projects. Mr. Bried is a professional engineer with over 25 years experience in engineering and operating mines, his specialty is underground vein gold and silver mines.

Both Mr. William Lewis and Mr. Bruce Bried have read and approved this news release.

For further information contact:

Duane Nelson
520-609 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC Canada
V7Y 1G5
Tel: 604-638-8978
duane@silvermexresources.com
www.silvermexresources.com
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.235.626 von hoschmi am 22.05.09 18:34:59Wie ist denn dieser extreme Absturz in Frankfurt zu Stande gekommen??
Ist es nur das mangelde Interesse der hiesigen Anlegen?
Deine Meinung dazu würde mich interresieren.
An der letzten Meldung wird es wohl kaum liegen.

Gruß

dele
17.6.2009 - Roadshow in Frankfurt, Zürich etc.

mal sehen, was es neues gibt.

good investing
Das Management von

Silvermex und Timmins

ist das gleiche. Die Goldliegenschaften sind bei Timmins, Silber ist bei Silvermex. Mexico. open pit - Abbau.

CEO: Bruce Bragagnolo ist Mexikaner und DER Fachmann im Minengeschäft vor Ort.

Beide Titel sind in Canada gelistet und zu handeln.

Bei Silvermex ist Silver Standard Resources ein großer Shareholder.
Die West LB hat sich bei beiden beteiligt.

Sobald die Kohle auf dem Konto ist (und noch 3 Mio Kredit von der West LB) wird abgebaut. Alles ist bereit, um in 2009 zu beginnen.
...damit der Tread nicht wieder in der Versenkung verschwindet...

...damit hier auch mal wieder gepostet wurde... ;)
August 13, 2009
Silvermex Resources Announces Private Placement

Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the "Company") announces that it has arranged a non-brokered private placement to raise gross proceeds of up to $765,000. The private placement consists of 4,500,000 units at a price of $0.17 per unit. Each unit will consist of one common share and one non-transferable share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the Company at a price of $0.20 for a period of 12 months from the date of closing. Finders' fees will be payable in either cash or securities in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange Inc. The proceeds of the private placement will be used for general working capital purposes.


On Behalf of the Board of Directors of
Silvermex Resources Ltd.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009 TSX-V:SMR
Silvermex to Attend the Silver Summit

Silvermex Resources is pleased to invite you to attend the informative and entertaining Silver Summit to be held September 24th -- 25th, 2009 in Spokane, Washington. The Silver Summit is the "World's Premier Silver Investment Conference". The conference attracts a global audience of investors, leading industry analysts, and silver mining and exploration companies. Silvermex will be exhibiting at booth #9. We invite you to stop by and discuss our ongoing developments, particularly related to the progression of the San Marcial project towards commercial production.

To register for the Silver Summit and to arrange for accommodation, please refer to the conference website.

For further information on Silvermex Resources, please consult www.silvermexresources.com or call 604.638.8979.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009 TSX-V:SMR
Contact Change Alert

Please note that as of September 30, 2009 the contact for Investor Relations at Silvermex Resources will change. Jason Leikam is concluding his tenure with the Company and leaves Silvermex to pursue new opportunities. Jason wishes to thank investors and shareholders for their ongoing interest in the Company and their receptive communication with him since the Company's IPO in July 2006.

For personal matters, Jason can be contacted at 778.858.8085 or by email at jasonleikam@gmail.com.

For issues pertaining to Silvermex Resources, please contact Duane Nelson at 604.682.4004 or by email at duane@silvermexresources.com.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009 TSX-V:SMR
Silvermex Signs Final Agreement for Past Silver/Gold Producer Rosario:

Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV- SMR) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce it has signed a definitive agreement with Aurcana Corporation (TSXV- AUN) ("Aurcana") to acquire a 100% interest in the silver - gold - lead - zinc Rosario Property ("Rosario Property") located in south eastern Sinaloa State, Mexico.

The Rosario Property consists of 18 concessions totaling approximately 8,515 hectares and is located approximately 94 kilometres southeast of Mazatlan. The property is strategically located within 2 Kilometres of Silvermex's 1,250 hectare San Marcial Silver property and was acquired to consolidate Silvermex's land position in the San Marcial area in order to accelerate Silvermex's objective of becoming a near-term silver producer. The proximity to Silvermex's San Marcial project combined with the silver resource and existing infrastructure at Rosario will significantly reduce both the time and capital expenditures required for production.

Under the terms of the acquisition, the Silvermex advanced to Aurcana $435,000 on August 25th 2009 to settle amounts due to Grupo Mexico by Aurcana. The Company will pay $207,000 CDN and issue 1 million shares on or before November 15th, 2009. Upon reaching successful production or 24 months from closing, the Company will issue an additional 1 million shares and pay 5 installments of CDN$500,000 every 6 months for a total of CDN$2,500,000. The Company will also assume the last payment due by Aurcana to Grupo Mexico in the amount of $731,000 USD due in February, 2010.

The acquisition includes all facilities and infrastructure, including surface rights, underground workings, tailings dam, water, power, offices, shops, 60 man camp, warehouses and assay lab. The previous owner invested approximately $8.5 million in exploration, upgrades and renovations to the mine and mill site including partial renovations to the mine and mill site including; upgrading of electrical substations and wiring, camp accommodations upgrades, mine dewatering and detailed engineering of an 800 tonne per day (t/d) mill. The acquisition also includes an extensive list of mill equipment and vehicles, two 9 by 12 ball mills, numerous feeders and tanks, electrical equipment, trucks, pumps, compressors, etc.

The land directly surrounding the Rosario mill site (330 ha) is owned in fee simple and key exploration and mining areas are under a surface rights agreement which remains in good standing for 20 years. Silvermex is working on a preliminary in-house study which will determine mine and production plans based on combining the two projects.

Historic production on the Rosario property by Grupo Mexico, the prior operator, averaged 600 t/d from 1986 to 2000, during which a total of 2.5 million tonnes of ore were produced which averaged 190.5 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 0.92 g/t gold, 2.02% zinc and 2.38% lead.

The San Juan prospect is a high priority target on the project. This vein structure has 26,205 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 339.9 grams per tonne silver, 2.1% zinc, 1.4% lead and 0.4 grams per tonne gold and 230,511 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 327.8 grams per tonne silver, 3.90% zinc, 1.70% lead and 0.2 grams per tonne gold. A decline has been driven into the San Juan zone and testing of over a vertical distance of 40 metres was done, with the zone still open to depth. Silvermex will make San Juan a focus of a drill program due to the high grade nature of the ore, the proximity to San Marcial and the significant potential of the area. The zone remains open at depth and developed workings consist of several hundred metres of drifts and cross cuts on two levels.

Exploration work planned for the San Juan area will include exploring the known zone at to depth. Diamond drill testing will also evaluate the San Francisco vein which is interpreted to be an extension of the San Juan vein. Surface sampling by Grupo Mexico traced the vein along strike for 600 metres, and has reported results including 3.02 g/t gold and 314 g/t silver over 1.6 metres, and 0.34 g/t gold and 574 g/t silver over 1.7 metres.

The Plomosas Mine has been partially refurbished by the previous operator in reparation for an 800 tpd operation. The Plomosas Mine currently has 323,278 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 92.0 grams per tonne silver, 3.7% zinc, 2.5% lead and 1.0 gram per tonne gold and 286,613 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 161.3 grams per tonne silver, 3.21% zinc, 2.23% lead and 1.2 grams per tonne gold.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

Bruce Bragagnolo, Silvermex CEO stated; "This strategic acquisition of Rosario will help to accelerate Silvermex's objective of becoming a near-term silver producer. The proximity to our San Marcial high-grade project combined with the existing high-grade resources and infrastructure in place at Rosario will significantly reduce both time and capital expenditures required for resource growth and production. The acquisition complements our short term goals and our pre-production profile".

For further information contact:

Duane Nelson
Vice President
Tel: 604-638-8978
duane@silvermexresources.com

Bruce Bragagnolo
Tel: 604-682-4004
bruce@silvermexresources.com

Silvermex Resources Ltd 520-609 Granville St. Vancouver, BC Canada, V7Y 1G5,
Tel: 604-638-8978. www.silvermexresources.com
duane@silvermexresources.com ute@silvermexresources.com
Silvermex Elects New Directors

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - (Marketwire) - 11/06/09 - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: SMR) announces that on November 4, 2009 it held its Annual and Special Meeting wherein the following directors were elected to the board: Arturo Bonillas, Bruce Bragagnolo, Duane Nelson, Joseph J. Ovsenek, Kenneth C. McNaughton and Michael H. Callahan.

The following is a background summary for the board of directors:

Bruce Bragagnolo, LLB. Mr. Bragagnolo is the Chief Executive Officer and a Director of the Company. He has been employed by the Company since 2005. He is also one of the founders and the Chief Executive Officer of Timmins Gold Corp., a near-term gold producer in Sonora, Mexico. He has been the principal of Bruce Bragagnolo Law Corporation since 1988. Mr. Bragagnolo has extensive experience with securities and regulatory matters.

Arturo Bonillas, B. Sc., (Eng). Arturo Bonillas is the President and a Director of the Company and has been employed by the Company since April, 2005. He is also one of the founders and the President of Timmins Gold Corp. He has more than 23 years of experience in the mining and exploration industry in Mexico. He served as General Manager of Latin America for Continuum Resources Ltd. from November of 2003 to January 2006. He served as Mine Planning Engineer, Operations Research Engineer, Chief of Financial Planning and Vice President of Purchasing of Compania Minera de Cananea and also for its subsidiary of Placer Dome in Mexico. He directed full bankable feasibility studies for the Mulatos gold project in Sonora, and the San Felipe gold project in Baja California Mr. Bonillas received a B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arizona in 1980.

Duane A. Nelson. Mr. Nelson is the Vice President and Director of the Company. He has been employed by the Company since 2006. He has over 25 years of private and public sector experience with a focus on early-stage projects. Before joining the Company, he was involved in the development, structure, operations and financings of a number of resource-oriented companies. He is the founder of Quotemedia Inc., a successful financial market data company established in 1998. He was also the founder and CEO of Stock Deck Communications.

Joe Ovsenek, P.Eng., LLB. Mr. Ovsenek is the Senior Vice President, Corporate Development of Silver Standard Resources Inc. He originally joined Silver Standard as legal counsel in 1996. Mr. Ovsenek holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Toronto. He is a registered professional engineer, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of British Columbia.

Kenneth C. McNaughton, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. Mr. McNaughton is the Vice President, Exploration for Silver Standard Resources Inc since 1991. Before joining Silver Standard, he worked as contract engineer for Oretech Engineering and worked on exploration programs for three bulk mineable gold or copper/gold deposits in Arizona and British Columbia. >From 1984 to 1989, he was employed by Corona Corporation and its affiliate Mascot Gold Mines Ltd. as a project geologist and engineer for projects in British Columbia. Mr. McNaughton holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree and a Master of Applied Science degree in geological engineering from the University of Windsor.

Michael H. Callahan. Mr. Callahan served as Vice President, Corporate Development of Hecla Mining Co., from 2002 to 2006. He served as President of Minera Hecla Venezolana, a subsidiary of Hecla Mining Co and also as Vice President of Hecla Mining Co. from 2006 to January 2009. Previously, he served as President of Minera Hecla Venezolana from 2000 to 2003. He joined Hecla Mining Co., in 1989. He served as Director, Accounting & Information Services of Hecla Mining Company from 1999 to 2000. From 1997 to 1999, he served as Financial Manager of Silver Valley Resources. Mr. Callahan served as Senior Financial Analyst of Hecla Mining Company from 1994 to 1996.

For further information contact:

Duane Nelson
Vice-President
Tel: 604-512.8118
duane@silvermexresources.com
www.silvermexresources.com
Hallo Hoschmi - du bist nicht allein .. bin seit heute mit im Boot - die Gelegenheit (Dubai) schien mir günstig .. und die Zukunftsaussichten rosig.

Was ist übrigens eigentlich aus PANEM geworden? Er hatte vor 2 Jahren in w/o jede Menge threads zu interessanten Explorern eröffnet und ist dann irgendwann abgetaucht ...
Heute irre Umsätze und +10% in CA .. Geld höher als Brief!

Dazu - alt, aber wohltuend - von silverfinder.com:

Silvermex Resources Ltd. (SMR -- TSX Venture) is a Canadian listed junior resource company focused on early to advanced stage silver exploration projects in Mexico . The company's objective is to build and/or acquire economic silver resources in excess of 50 million ounces in 2008. Silvermex is a relatively young company and listed via IPO in July 2006. Thus far, Silvermex has already developed and acquired over 24 million ounces of silver on two of its 5 core projects which offer significant exploration upside
Silvermex Completes Acquisition of Rosario Project

* Press Release
* Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd.
* On 12:49 pm EST, Friday December 4, 2009

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - 12/04/09) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:SMR - News) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of all of the shares of Aurcana de Mexico S.A. de C.V. from Aurcana Corporation (TSX-V:AUN - News) and has thereby acquired the Rosario Project located in Sinaloa, Mexico.

The past-producing Rosario Silver/Gold/Lead/Zinc mine and 8,515 hectare property position is strategically located within 5 kilometers of Silvermex's San Marcial Silver Project in south eastern Sinaloa State, Mexico.

The assets acquired include all facilities and infrastructure at Rosario including; 20 year surface rights agreement in good standing, 30 year water use permit, underground workings, tailings dam, water, 60 km - 33 KV power line, offices, shops, 120 man camp, infirmary, warehouses and assay lab. The previous owner invested approximately $11 million in property payments, exploration, upgrades and renovations to the mine and mill site including upgrading of electrical substations and wiring, camp and accommodations, mine dewatering and detailed engineering of an 800 tonne per day (t/d) mill designed to be installed on the existing foundations and structures.

Historic production on the Rosario Project by Grupo Mexico, the prior operator, averaged 600 t/d from 1986 to 2000. During this production period a total of 2.5 million tonnes of ore were extracted which averaged 190.5 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 0.92 g/t gold, 2.02% zinc and 2.38% lead.

The Rosario project is comprised of 2 past producing mines, the Plomosas-La Cruz mine and the San Juan Mine. The mines were operated by Grupo Mexico until 2001. Operations were ceased in 2001 due to low metal prices and a regional labor dispute.

Plomosas-La Cruz Mine

The Plomosas Mine had been partially refurbished by the previous operator in preparation for an 800 tpd operation. The Plomosas Mine currently has 323,278 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 92.0 grams per tonne silver, 3.7% zinc, 2.5% lead and 1.0 gram per tonne gold and 286,613 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 161.3 grams per tonne silver, 3.21% zinc, 2.23% lead and 1.2 grams per tonne gold.

The historic reserves are located in a number of mineral zones which include the Veta Plomosas, Plomositas, Lead-Zinc Stock Work, and Silver Stock Work. Silvermex will focus on the potential that remains within these zones and intends to expand the resource from areas remaining between old mine levels along strike and below the lowest level exploited. The stock work zones have potential for tonnage expansion along the strike and dip of the Plomosas fault structure.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 requirements for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. The historical reserves do not have demonstrated current economic viability and are being treated as historical resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

(Die Tabellen lass ich weg)

San Juan Mine

The San Juan Mine at Rosario is 4 kms from the Rosario mill site and is strategically located along trend between the San Marcial Mine and the Plomosas Mine.

San Juan is a high priority target with an 230,511 tonnes of historic inferred resources with average grades of 327.8 grams per tonne silver, 3.90% zinc, 1.70% lead and 0.2 grams per tonne gold. Developed workings consist of several hundred metres of drifts and cross cuts on two levels.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 requirements for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. The historical reserves do not have demonstrated current economic viability and are being treated as historical resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

Two adits provide access to the San Juan prospect. A decline has been driven into the San Juan Vein and has tested the vein structure over a vertical distance of 40 metres. Historic drill intersections suggest that the zone remains open at depth.

San Marcial Silver Project

The current mineral resource at San Marcial includes an indicated mineral resource of 18.0 million ozs silver, 55.3 million lbs of zinc (Zn) and 29.9 million lbs of lead (Pb) and an inferred mineral resource of 4.4 million ozs silver, 34.7 million pounds of zinc (Zn) and 19.5 million lbs of lead (Pb). The Technical Report for the San Marcial Property dated November 23, 2007 as updated on November 5, 2008 was prepared by Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Ltd.) the independent Qualified Person, and was prepared using CIM definitions for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101.


Preliminary resource modeling has determined that the resource at San Marcial hosts a near-surface, potentially bulk-mineable, high-grade resource of 1.13 million tonnes grading 321 g/t containing 11.6 million ounces of silver. The existing resource is open at depth and along strike and has been traced on surface for 1.6 kms.


The Company also announces the granting of 1,400,000 incentive stock options at an exercise price of $0.34 per share, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval. The options expire on Dec. 3, 2014.
Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSXV - SMR) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of all of the shares of Aurcana de Mexico S.A. de C.V. from Aurcana Corporation (TSXV - AUN) and has thereby acquired the Rosario Project located in Sinaloa, Mexico.

The past-producing Rosario Silver/Gold/Lead/Zinc mine and 8,515 hectare property position is strategically located within 5 kilometers of Silvermex's San Marcial Silver Project in south eastern Sinaloa State, Mexico.

The assets acquired include all facilities and infrastructure at Rosario including; 20 year surface rights agreement in good standing, 30 year water use permit, underground workings, tailings dam, water, 60 km - 33 KV power line, offices, shops, 120 man camp, infirmary, warehouses and assay lab. The previous owner invested approximately $11 million in property payments, exploration, upgrades and renovations to the mine and mill site including upgrading of electrical substations and wiring, camp and accommodations, mine dewatering and detailed engineering of an 800 tonne per day (t/d) mill designed to be installed on the existing foundations and structures.

Historic production on the Rosario Project by Grupo Mexico, the prior operator, averaged 600 t/d from 1986 to 2000. During this production period a total of 2.5 million tonnes of ore were extracted which averaged 190.5 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 0.92 g/t gold, 2.02% zinc and 2.38% lead.

The Rosario project is comprised of 2 past producing mines, the Plomosas-La Cruz mine and the San Juan Mine. The mines were operated by Grupo Mexico until 2001. Operations were ceased in 2001 due to low metal prices and a regional labor dispute.

Plomosas-La Cruz Mine

The Plomosas Mine had been partially refurbished by the previous operator in preparation for an 800 tpd operation. The Plomosas Mine currently has 323,278 tonnes of historic reserves with grades of 92.0 grams per tonne silver, 3.7% zinc, 2.5% lead and 1.0 gram per tonne gold and 286,613 tonnes of historic inferred resources with grades of 161.3 grams per tonne silver, 3.21% zinc, 2.23% lead and 1.2 grams per tonne gold.

The historic reserves are located in a number of mineral zones which include the Veta Plomosas, Plomositas, Lead-Zinc Stock Work, and Silver Stock Work. Silvermex will focus on the potential that remains within these zones and intends to expand the resource from areas remaining between old mine levels along strike and below the lowest level exploited. The stock work zones have potential for tonnage expansion along the strike and dip of the Plomosas fault structure.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 requirements for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. The historical reserves do not have demonstrated current economic viability and are being treated as historical resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

Plomosas-La Cruz Mine - Select Underground Channel Samples taken by Aurcana Corporation from Levels 775 to 825

SAMPLE WIDTH (meters) g/t oz/t % %
Au Ag Au Ag Cu Pb Zn Pb+Zn
866 2.00 25.4 611.0 0.8 19.6 1.3 2.6 11.4 13.9
867 2.00 18.0 379.0 0.6 12.2 0.3 0.8 5.5 6.3
869 2.00 41.0 123.0 1.3 4.0 0.6 3.1 2.7 5.8
882 1.80 4.3 148.0 0.1 4.8 0.1 0.7 2.5 3.2
883 0.75 36.4 1536.0 1.2 49.4 0.5 17.9 11.3 29.2
885 1.00 4.1 125.0 0.1 4.0 0.1 11.1 36.6 47.7
891 1.20 2.6 38.0 0.1 1.2 0.0 29.3 19.5 48.8
894 2.00 2.9 44.0 0.1 1.4 0.0 37.7 26.3 64.1
895 0.35 2.5 52.0 0.1 1.7 0.0 35.6 27.1 62.7
931 1.85 1.7 43.0 0.1 1.4 0.1 7.8 23.7 31.6
932 1.25 2.0 42.0 0.1 1.4 0.1 6.3 11.3 17.5
934 1.70 1.3 36.0 0.0 1.2 0.1 10.9 15.2 26.1
935 0.50 4.1 85.0 0.1 2.7 0.1 28.6 32.3 60.9
936 1.50 2.9 54.0 0.1 1.7 0.2 14.9 20.7 35.6
939 2.00 2.6 63.0 0.1 2.0 0.1 25.5 20.3 45.8
1244 2.00 0.7 17.0 0.0 0.5 0.1 12.1 9.1 21.2
1245 1.10 0.9 35.0 0.0 1.1 0.4 14.7 10.5 25.2
1251 1.50 4.0 56.0 0.1 1.8 0.0 18.9 28.2 47.1
1252 0.70 5.5 45.0 0.2 1.4 0.5 5.6 15.5 21.1
1257 1.30 6.0 98.0 0.2 3.2 2.0 5.0 5.7 10.7
1258 2.00 14.2 124.0 0.5 4.0 0.8 4.0 7.5 11.5
1261 2.00 5.2 259.0 0.2 8.3 3.9 4.5 15.8 20.3
1262 2.00 6.4 61.0 0.2 2.0 0.4 0.4 1.4 1.8
1263 1.55 19.6 218.0 0.6 7.0 0.8 0.4 1.3 1.7

San Juan Mine

The San Juan Mine at Rosario is 4 kms from the Rosario mill site and is strategically located along trend between the San Marcial Mine and the Plomosas Mine.

San Juan is a high priority target with an 230,511 tonnes of historic inferred resources with average grades of 327.8 grams per tonne silver, 3.90% zinc, 1.70% lead and 0.2 grams per tonne gold. Developed workings consist of several hundred metres of drifts and cross cuts on two levels.

The reader should be cautioned the historic reserves and resources do not conform to National Instrument 43-101 requirements for reporting purposes; as such the Company is not treating these historic estimates as current reserves or resources. The historical reserves do not have demonstrated current economic viability and are being treated as historical resources. These estimates should not be relied upon until they have been verified by further due diligence and by the Company's "Qualified Person".

Two adits provide access to the San Juan prospect. A decline has been driven into the San Juan Vein and has tested the vein structure over a vertical distance of 40 metres. Historic drill intersections suggest that the zone remains open at depth.

San Juan Mine - Select Channel Samples taken by Aurcana Corporation from Main Level and Ramp

SAMPLE WIDTH (meters) g/t oz/t % %
Au Ag Au Ag Cu Pb Zn Pb+Zn
377 1.7 1.3 605.0 0.0 19.5 0.0 0.1 0.3 0.5
381 2 0.2 247.0 0.0 7.9 0.0 0.1 0.5 0.5
383 2 0.2 982.0 0.0 31.6 0.0 0.2 0.3 0.5
384 2 0.3 262.0 0.0 8.4 0.0 0.3 0.4 0.7
391 1.3 0.1 714.0 0.0 23.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 1.5
392 2 0.4 988.0 0.0 31.8 0.0 0.7 0.3 1.0
398 2 0.0 277.0 0.0 8.9 0.0 0.6 0.7 1.3
408 1.6 0.4 1735.0 0.0 55.8 0.2 1.1 2.0 3.1
409 2 0.2 396.0 0.0 12.7 0.0 0.9 0.5 1.4
413 1.2 0.5 393.0 0.0 12.6 0.1 0.7 1.3 2.0
422 1.35 0.3 284.0 0.0 9.1 0.0 0.5 0.9 1.4
423 0.95 0.1 464.0 0.0 14.9 0.0 0.6 1.0 1.6
483 1.5 0.3 223.0 0.0 7.2 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3
505 1.7 0.1 282.0 0.0 9.1 0.0 0.2 0.6 0.8
572 2 0.1 961.0 0.0 30.9 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.3
698 0.8 0.5 377.0 0.0 12.1 0.0 4.3 1.5 5.8
699 2 0.4 1248.0 0.0 40.1 0.1 3.3 4.2 7.5
702 1.8 0.1 930.0 0.0 29.9 0.0 2.5 0.9 3.5
703 1.2 1.0 779.0 0.0 25.0 0.0 2.8 1.0 3.9
713 1.35 5.9 1167.0 0.2 37.5 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.2

San Marcial Silver Project

The current mineral resource at San Marcial includes an indicated mineral resource of 18.0 million ozs silver, 55.3 million lbs of zinc (Zn) and 29.9 million lbs of lead (Pb) and an inferred mineral resource of 4.4 million ozs silver, 34.7 million pounds of zinc (Zn) and 19.5 million lbs of lead (Pb). The Technical Report for the San Marcial Property dated November 23, 2007 as updated on November 5, 2008 was prepared by Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Ltd.) the independent Qualified Person, and was prepared using CIM definitions for mineral resources as required by National Instrument 43-101.

Category Tonnes Ag
(g/t) Pb
(%) Zn
(%) Contained
Ag (oz) Contained
Pb (lb) Contained
Zn (lb)
Indicated 3,755,893 149.20 0.36 0.67 18,021,221 29,931,874 55,328,145
Inferred: 3,075,403 44.21 0.29 0.51 4,371,018 19,525,788 34,690,817

Preliminary resource modeling has determined that the resource at San Marcial hosts a near-surface, potentially bulk-mineable, high-grade resource of 1.13 million tonnes grading 321 g/t containing 11.6 million ounces of silver. The existing resource is open at depth and along strike and has been traced on surface for 1.6 kms.

Select Drill Results from San Marcial

Drill
Hole Interval
(meters) Silver
Grade (g/t) Interval
(feet) Silver
Grade (oz/t)
SM-2 11.01 392.10 35.78 12.61
SM-3 10.59 227.00 34.42 7.30
SM-4 53.95 235.00 175.34 7.56
(incl.) 15.00 731.00 48.75 23.50
(incl.) 27.00 247.20 87.75 7.95
SM-5 17.16 282.00 55.77 9.07
SM-5 3.00 490.00 9.75 15.75
SM-6 3.00 500.40 9.75 16.09
SM-9 9.00 873.70 29.25 28.09
SM-11 7.50 664.80 24.38 21.37
SM-12 2.80 1317.86 9.10 42.37
SM-12 6.00 234.50 19.50 7.54
SM-13 21.20 762.00 68.90 24.50
SM-15 14.60 292.10 47.45 9.39
SM-15 27.00 111.60 87.75 3.59
SM-16 2.60 506.00 8.45 16.27
SM-18 22.70 238.30 73.78 7.66
SM-20 2.00 426.30 6.50 13.71
SM-20 2.40 1241.50 7.80 39.91
SM-20 1.70 727.00 5.53 23.37
SM-22 38.00 123.60 123.50 3.97
SM-0805 61.00 91.40 198.25 2.94
SM-0808 8.50 468.00 27.63 15.05
SM-0808 17.00 370.50 55.25 11.91
SM-0810 3.00 326.00 9.75 10.48
SM-0812 11.00 347.80 35.75 11.18
SM-0812 7.80 282.00 25.35 9.07
SM-0813 2.00 323.50 6.50 10.40

The Company also announces the granting of 1,400,000 incentive stock options at an exercise price of $0.34 per share, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval. The options expire on Dec. 3, 2014.

Qualified Person

The contents of this press release were reviewed and approved by Mr. William Lewis, B. Sc., P.Geo. (Micon International Ltd.) who is recognized as a Qualified Person under the guidelines of National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Lewis also prepared the Technical Report on the San Marcial Silver Project.

For Further information, contact:

Duane Nelson,
Director
520-609 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Tel: 604-638-8971
Michael Callahan, Prior Hecla Executive, Appointed as New President of Silvermex

* Press Release
* Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd.
* On 9:25 am EST, Tuesday December 15, 2009

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - 12/15/09) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:SMR - News) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Michael Callahan as the new President and Director of Silvermex Resources Ltd. This appointment will become effective December 15, 2009 and has been made as an on going effort to add production experience, depth and diversification to Silvermex's management team. Mr. Arturo Bonillas, the current President of Silvermex, will continue as a Director and work closely with Mr. Callahan to help develop the strategies necessary to advance Silvermex to production.

Mr. Callahan served as Vice President of Hecla Mining Co. (NYSE:HL - News) and President of Hecla's Venezuelan Operations from 2006 to 2009. He served as Vice President, Corporate Development from 2002 to 2006. He served as President of Minera Hecla Venezolana, a subsidiary of Hecla Mining Co., from 2000 to 2003. Mr. Callahan joined Hecla Mining Co. in 1989 and held a variety of positions including Director, Accounting & Information Services and Senior Financial Analyst before being named Vice President. From 1997 to 1999, he served as Financial Manager of Silver Valley Resources.

The Board of Directors of Silvermex supports and welcomes Mr. Callahan to the Silvermex team and Duane Nelson comments, "I believe Michael will provide strong leadership and guidance on all levels of Silvermex's activities and add extensive value through his broad operational and executive experience in managing projects and companies from exploration through the production phase. The experience in Latin America combined with his experience on the merger and acquisition front will help us transform Silvermex over the coming months." Mr. Callahan's first priority will be to manage the effective transition of Silvermex from an exploration company to a profitable mining company.

Mr. Callahan will become fully active with Silvermex on December 15, 2009. The Board of Directors of Silvermex intends to grant Mr. Callahan a signing bonus, subject to receipt of required regulatory approvals, of an aggregate of 1,250,000 common shares (the "Common Shares") as a retention and incentive bonus. The Common Shares will be issued in increments over a two-year period from the date of receiving all necessary approvals and will be subject to certain conditions. The Company will also issue 500,000 common share purchase options ("Stock Options") pursuant to Silvermex's incentive stock option plan (the "Plan"). Each Stock Option can be exercised into common shares of the Company at an exercise price of $0.34 per share. The term of the Stock Options granted under the Plan will be five years. The grant of Shares and Stock Options are subject to receipt of all required regulatory approvals including the TSX Venture Exchange.
Silvermex Reports Underground Sampling Assays. Highlights Include: 2m of 41.0 g/t Gold, 123.0 g/t Silver and 6.4% Base Metals

Press Release Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd. On Friday December 18, 2009, 9:25 am

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - 12/18/09) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:SMR - News) (the "Company" or "Silvermex") is pleased to announce the previously unreported results of a detailed underground channel sampling program of the historic Plomosas-La Cruz Mine completed by the previous owner in 2008. This information was derived as Silvermex continues to examine and analyze vast amounts of data compiled from past exploration programs at the Rosario project.

The past-producing Plomosas Silver/Gold/Lead/Zinc mine is strategically located within 5 kilometers of Silvermex's San Marcial Silver Project in south eastern Sinaloa State, Mexico.

The project area is located within the Metallogenetic Province of the Sierra Madre Occidental, which is represented by a thick package of extrusive volcanics composed of a sequence of andesitic and rhyolitic units represented by flows, ignimbrites and tuffs, resting on a pre existing basement of Precambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic metamorphic, sedimentary and igneous rocks. Mineralization of interest in the Plomosas-La Cruz Mine is related to the discordant contact between the Plomosas Andesite tuffs and rhyolitic ignimbrite units and andesitic pyroclastic flows, and is hosted in heterolithic breccias, fractured lavas and pyroclastic flows, occurring in the form of massive sulphide lenses, in hydrothermal breccias, or in stockwork zones. The complex fault planes of the Plomosas Fault Structure constitute the principal structural control for the metal bearing hydrothermal fluids.

Plomosas-La Cruz Mine - Select Underground Channel Samples taken from Levels 775 to 825

Table 1. Significant Sample Results, north wall Level 775.

The north wall provided 16 cut channel samples, 14 of which gave results with interesting values for Au, Ag, Cu, Zn, and Pb, as shown in the following table of results.



SAMPLE WIDTH g/t %
Au Ag Cu Pb Zn
869 2.00 40.96 123 0.578 3.11 2.72
870 2.00 4.56 239 0.930 1.54 0.52
871 2.00 9.73 235 0.862 0.23 0.98
872 2.00 1.04 59 0.181 0.21 1.44
874 2.00 1.83 70 1.100 0.26 0.38
875 1.40 2.94 53 1.501 0.12 2.58
876 2.00 0.27 40 1.966 0.12 0.25
877 2.00 0.51 47 2.863 0.08 1.01
878 2.00 2.05 45 0.984 0.67 1.42
880 2.00 22.74 6 0.113 6.55 4.91
881 1.60 0.25 13 0.014 0.71 2.52
1261 2.00 5.15 259 3.854 4.54 15.78
1262 2.00 6.38 61 0.373 0.43 1.36
1263 1.55 19.55 218 0.777 0.42 1.28


Table 2. Significant Sample Results, northeast wall on Level 775.

Eleven samples were collected from the northeast wall from a mineralized structure striking 302 degrees and dipping 41 degrees SW. The results of these samples are listed below.



SAMPLE WIDTH g/t %
Au Ag Cu Pb Zn
882 1.80 4.27 148 0.109 0.71 2.46
883 0.75 36.41 1536 0.516 17.85 11.33
884 1.00 0.91 14 0.295 0.53 3.63
885 1.00 4.08 125 0.083 11.14 36.6
886 0.50 1.04 43 0.032 4.87 7.31
890 1.00 0.2 less 0.013 0.44 1.24
than
5
891 1.20 2.57 38 0.037 29.3 19.47
892 0.50 1.72 27 1.554 1.08 0.84
893 1.00 0.03 less 0.004 0.43 0.36
than
5
894 2.00 2.85 44 0.027 37.74 26.33
895 0.35 2.45 52 0.024 35.57 27.1


Table 3. Significant Sample Results, west wall Level 775

Level 775 - Channel sampling of the west wall to determine the grade of the structure as it dips westerly returned 7 samples with values of interest, as indicated in Table 17 below.



SAMPLE WIDTH g/t %
Au Ag Cu Pb Zn
862 1.85 1.53 58 0.302 2.98 6.10
863 0.55 2.17 72 0.237 3.43 6.84
864 0.90 2.79 less 0.099 0.13 0.28
than
5
865 2.00 2.95 98 0.149 1.77 0.55
866 2.00 25.39 611 1.267 2.56 11.35
867 2.00 17.96 379 0.255 0.82 5.52
868 0.50 5.59 74 0.208 0.39 8.34


The mineralization in this part of the Plomosas System occurs in the immediate hanging wall of the Plomosas Fault Structure in the form of a stockwork zone with a general trend that ranges between 315 to 325 degrees with apparent dips from 38-45 degrees SW.

As part of the 2007-2008 Rosario exploration programs, the previous operator conducted underground mapping, as well as chip and saw cut channel sampling of accessible historic reserve blocks between the 862 to 775 levels in the Plomosas-La Cruz Mine to confirm the historic sample data. A total of 121 samples were collected and sent for analysis to Acme Laboratories in Vancouver, BC. In 2008, when the majority of underground sampling was carried out, duplicate, standard and blank samples were inserted in every batch of 30 samples to ensure laboratory QA-QC performance. Analytical results were plotted on the respective mine level plans and are also listed in the 2008 project assay database.

Qualified Person

The contents of this press release were reviewed and approved by James McCrea, P.Geo. who is the Qualified Person for the Roisario Project under the guidelines of National Instrument 43-101.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.597.149 von MONSIEURCB am 18.12.09 15:50:27Sehr schöne Ergebnisse!!! :lick::lick::lick:

Der Markt sieht es auch so!

´Mal wieder ein Verdoppler. So kann es weiter gehen. :p:p:p

Glück auf gold
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Peter Zihlmann empfiehlt Silvermex zum Kauf

Silvermex Resources Ltd. Silvermex entwickelt Silberressourcen und verschiedene Projekte. Das Unternehmen besitzt Silberressourcen von insgesamt 42,7 Mio. oz. Außerdem versucht es weiterhin Unternehmenswerte für Aktionäre zu schaffen. Im Jahr 2009 hat sich Silvermex darauf konzentriert, sein Flaggschiffprojekt San Marcial voranzutreiben. Man hofft auf den Beginn einer kommerziellen Produktion innerhalb von 24 Monaten. Dann soll eine jährliche Produktion von 2,3 Mio. oz Silber erreicht werden. Die kürzlich verkündete Option, die Rosario-Silbermine zu 100% zu übernehmen, schafft die nötige Infrastruktur für die Beschleunigung des San Marcial-Projekts.

Interne vorläufige Untersuchungen ergaben in San Marcial 1,2 Mio. t mit einem durchschnittlichen Gehalt von 321 g/t Silber, in Plomosas 0,6 Mio. t mit durchschnittlich 160 g/t Silber und in San Juan 0,26 Mio. t mit durchschnittlich 325 g/t Silber.

Sollte das Ziel erreicht werden, innerhalb von 24 Monaten mit der Produktion zu beginnen, erwartet der Analyst Peter Zihlmann den Anstieg der Aktie um ein Vielfaches. Er spricht eine Kaufempfehlung mit hohem Risiko aus.
Hier ist das PP:

Silvermex Resources Ltd. Announces $6,300,000 Private Placement Financing

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Feb 02, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: SMR) ("Silvermex") announces that it has arranged a private placement of $6,300,000. The private placement consists of 14,000,000 Units (the "Units") at a price of $0.45 per Unit. Each Unit consists of one common share and one non-transferable share purchase warrant (a "Warrant"). Each Warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of Silvermex at a price of $0.65 for a period of 24 months from the date of closing.

Under the private placement offering in Canada, Silvermex may make an over allotment of up to 1,000,000 Units for additional gross proceeds of up to $450,000.

The financing is being completed on both a brokered and non-brokered basis. Canaccord Financial Ltd. ("the Agent") will act as Agent for the sale of 4,500,000 Units. The non-brokered portion will consist of 9,500,000 Units. Global Hunter Securities LLC will act as co-lead placement agents and joint book-running managers for the non-brokered portion of the private placement.

The Agent's compensation will include a cash commission of 8% of the gross proceeds of the brokered portion of the offering, which the Agent may elect to be paid in Units, and warrants ("Agent's Warrants") equal to 8% of the Units issued in the private placement. The Agent will also be paid a corporate finance fee. Finder's fees will also be payable on the non-brokered portion in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange.

Completion of the private placement is subject to regulatory approvals. All of the securities issued in the private placements will have a hold period in Canada of four months from the closing of the private placement.

The net proceeds of the private placement will be used to fund; the preliminary economic assessment, detailed metallurgical studies, in-fill drilling, mine and mill engineering, bulk sampling, permitting, and infrastructure upgrades on Silvermex's San Marcial/Rosario project in Mexico, and for general working capital

...
Silvermex Announces Fully Subscribed Private Placement
marketwire

Press Release Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd. On Monday February 8, 2010, 10:05 am

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - 02/08/10) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (the "Company") (TSX-V:SMR - News) is pleased to announce that it has fully subscribed a total of 15,350,655 units pursuant to the private placement announced on February 2, 2010 for gross proceeds of $6,907,750. The Company will proceed to file final documentation with the TSX Venture Exchange Inc.

The fully subscribed units include an over allotment of 1,350,655 units above the previously announced 14,000,000 unit private placement.

The proceeds from the private placement will be used to advance the Company's San Marcial/Rosario silver project in Mexico and for general working capital.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Duane Nelson, CEO and Director
Silvermex Resources Ltd. Closes $6,901,056 in Private Placement Financing
marketwire

Press Release Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd. On Thursday February 18, 2010, 1:00 pm

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 18, 2010) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SMR - News; the "Company") is pleased to announce that further to its news releases dated February 2, 2010 and February 8, 2010, it has closed its private placement of 15,335,680 units ("Units") at a price of $0.45 per Unit for gross proceeds of $6,901,056. Each Unit consists of one common share and one share purchase warrant. Each warrant ("Warrant") will entitle the holder to purchase an additional common share for a period of 24 months from closing at a price of $0.65 per share. A portion of the private placement (4,500,000 Units representing $2,025,000 of the gross proceeds) were placed on a brokered basis through Canaccord Financial Ltd. (the "Agent").

The Agent's compensation consisted of 360,000 units ("Agent's Units"), being 8% of the Units subscribed. The Agent's Units have the same terms as the Units. The Agent was also issued 360,000 non-transferable warrants, exercisable into units ("Agent's Warrant Units") of the Company at a price of $0.45 per Agent's Warrant Unit, the terms of which are the same as the Units. The Agent also received 50,000 corporate finance units, having the same terms as the Units.

The balance of the private placement (10,835,655 Units representing $4,876,045 of the gross proceeds) was placed on a non-brokered basis. Finders' fees totaling $320,783 cash and 643,244 non-transferable warrants ("Finders' Warrants") are payable in connection with the non-brokered private placement. The Finders' Warrants are exercisable into units ("Finders Units") at a price of $0.45 per Finders' Unit, the terms of which are the same as the Units. In addition, 50,000 corporate finance units were issued, having the same terms as the Units.

All securities issued in connection with the private placement are subject to a hold period expiring June 13, 2010.

The proceeds of the private placement are intended to be used to advance the Company's San Marcial/Rosario silver project in Mexico and for general working capital.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Duane Nelson, CEO & Director
Silvermex Appoints New Chief Financial Officer
marketwire

Press Release Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd. On Monday March 1, 2010, 7:37 pm EST

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - 03/01/10) - SILVERMEX RESOURCES LTD. (the "Company") (TSX-V:SMR - News) is pleased to announce the appointment of Hallein Darby, CA as its Chief Financial Officer. Ms. Darby has been the Company's Senior VP Finance since November 2008 and has over 20 years of securities and accounting expertise.

Ms. Darby was a director of client services at Pacific Opportunity Capital Ltd., a team of financial and management advisors to emerging companies (primarily mining). Prior to that, Ms. Darby was a Senior Securities Analyst with the British Columbia Securities Commission from 1996 to 2006, where she was primarily responsible for the review of offering and continuous disclosure documents. She was previously employed by Deloitte in the Johannesburg, South Africa, and the Vancouver, B.C. offices, for periods between 1988 and 1996. The Company wishes to thank Eugene Hodgson for his services as Chief Financial Officer over the past year.

The Company also announces that Bruce Bragagnolo and Arturo Bonillas have resigned as directors of the Company effective immediately. The Company wishes to thank Mr. Bragagnolo and Mr. Bonillas for their extensive contributions to the Company since its inception. The board of directors now consists of Duane Nelson, Michael Callahan, Joseph Ovsenek, Kenneth McNaughton and Arthur Brown.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Duane Nelson, CEO & Director
Silvermex Appoints New Vice President Exploration
marketwire

Press Release Source: Silvermex Resources Ltd. On Thursday March 4, 2010, 1:47 pm EST

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 4, 2010) - SILVERMEX RESOURCES LTD. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:SMR - News) is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Fraser, M.Sc., P.Geo as its Vice President, Exploration. Mr. Fraser has over 35 years experience in applying geological and managerial skills in the field of mineral exploration and corporate management in a variety of geological and geographical environments throughout North, Central and South America, most recently as the Exploration Manager for Hecla Mining Company.

Mr. Fraser will be responsible for the ongoing exploration initiatives at Silvermex's projects in Mexico. Mr. Fraser graduated with a Hon's B.Sc. in Geology and an M.Sc. in Mineral Exploration from Queen's University at Kingston. Mr. Fraser was with Noranda and associated companies for over 25 years with positions of increasing responsibility in exploration management. During this period Mr. Fraser was directly responsible for the discovery of the Lac Troilus Au-Cu Mine in Northern Quebec which ultimately produced over 2,000,000 ounces of gold. More recently Mr. Fraser was the Exploration Manager for Hecla Mining Company in both Venezuela and Canada.

The Board of Directors of Silvermex welcomes Mr. Fraser to the Silvermex team and to the position of Vice President Exploration. Duane Nelson comments, "Mr. Fraser is an excellent candidate to lead our exploration team. His extensive geological knowledge and experience with such world leaders such as Hecla and Noranda will provide strong guidance on all levels of Silvermex's exploration and future production efforts. He will add tremendous value to our company as we advance towards becoming a primary silver producer."

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of

Silvermex Resources Ltd.

Duane Nelson, CEO & Director
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.500.150 von MONSIEURCB am 11.05.10 15:34:32... noch da ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.500.150 von MONSIEURCB am 11.05.10 15:34:32Bin noch immer dabei *smile.
Silvermex Resources Ltd.: 3000 Meter Core Drilling Program to Commence on the San Marcial Silver Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, May 14, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX News Network) --

Silvermex Resources Ltd. ("Silvermex") (TSX VENTURE: SMR) is pleased to announce the planned commencement of a minimum 3,000 meter core drilling program at its San Marcial Silver project in southern Sinaloa, Mexico. The Company is also pleased to report on its recent investor relations initiatives and grant of 2,650,000 incentive stock options.

The San Marcial project forms part of the Company's newly consolidated Rosario mining concession. This 16,279 ha concession includes numerous past producing mines including the Plomosas and San Juan mines which were operated by Grupo Mexico until 2001.

The Company has recently completed an extensive trenching program at San Marcial which has confirmed the continuity of the high-grade vein structures at surface and was instrumental in filling in gaps in historic data and assisting in development of the new drill plan. As a result of the recent work, it is clear that there are 2 distinct, near-surface, high-grade vein structures, versus one wider lower grade zone as previously modeled.

The objectives of the drill program are;


1. Expand and upgrade the classification of existing resources
2. Test for grade and width continuity of both the upper and lower vein
structures along strike and down dip
3. Collect geotechnical data on the immediate hanging wall, the mineralized
zone and the adjacent footwall
4. Collect sufficient material for advanced metallurgical testing
5. Prepare an updated NI 43-101 resource estimate

This new information will be combined with the rework of the existing data to develop a new block model. This new model, along with a comprehensive mine plan and the results of our metallurgical test work will be incorporated into a Preliminary Economic Assessment which is scheduled for completion by Q3/Q4 of this year.

The company has completed its application for the exploration permit and submitted it to the Mexican government. In anticipation of its approval, the drilling equipment has been mobilized so that drilling can commence immediately upon approval.

The following table highlights results from previous drill programs. These past results clearly illustrate the proximity to surface, width of structures and high-grade nature of the deposit.


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Interval T width
Hole From (m) To (m) (m) (m) Ag g/t Lead ppm Zinc ppm
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SM-2 0.39 12.00 11.61 11.61 350.20 2,055.00 5,010.00
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SM-3 0.20 15.00 14.80 10.59 227.00 1,511.00 3,955.00
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SM-4 6.00 63.00 57.00 53.95 235.00 3,095.00 4,715.00
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SM-5 1.40 21.00 19.60 17.16 282.00 1,737.00 2,335.00
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SM-5 33.00 36.00 3.00 2.63 490.00 242.00 1,530.00
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SM-9 30.00 44.50 14.50 12.68 540.00 1,874.00 3,607.00
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SM-11 114.00 132.00 18.00 11.75 419.00 3,722.00 6,889.00
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SM-12 99.30 100.30 1.00 0.66 3,600.00 250.00 6,260.00
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SM-13 50.00 73.20 23.20 17.50 621.00 4,911.00 8,493.00
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SM-17 169.47 172.52 3.05 1.98 215.00 1,952.00 3,155.00
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SM-18A 38.82 63.90 25.08 21.62 175.00 3,278.00 5,127.00
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SM-20 102.47 104.47 2.00 1.37 366.50 4,421.00 5,600.00
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SM0808 98.55 118.00 19.45 19.45 234.40 6,410.00 13,365.00
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SM0812 21.95 26.75 4.80 4.80 346.00 5,258.00 9,319.00
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SM0812 32.75 34.75 2.00 2.00 346.00 2,336.00 14,297.00
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SM0812 36.83 43.80 6.97 6.97 365.50 1,864.00 2,542.00
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In einem Interview des "The Gold Report" (TGR) mit Lawrence Roulston (LR) beurteilt dieser die Aussichten von Silvermex sehr positiv. Hier der kurze Ausschnit aus einem längeren Interview. Quelle: The Gold Report vom 19.05.2010

TGR: Shifting gears a bit, Lawrence, could you give us an update on some of the companies you mentioned in our last interview with you?

LR: Sure. Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX.V:SMR) is moving toward production on its silver project in Mexico. The company's gone through a management reorganization, and I think the new group is settling in. My expectation is that we'll see developments starting to happen there fairly soon.

Glück auf gold
Heute springt Silvermex in Kanada an. Das Kursplus liegt bei 5%, der MACD hat nach oben gedreht und seine Signallinie von unten nach oben gekreuzt. Aus technischer Sicht ist das bestimmt der Beginn eines schönen Sommermärchens. :):):lick:

Glück auf gold
Heute aus dem Goldreport

http://www.theaureport.com/cs/user/print/quote/7819?x-t=pub.…

Silvermex Resources macht Fortschritte an drei Fronten

Resource Opportunities (06/25/2010)

"Silvermex Resources is drilling at its Rosario/San Marcial silver project in Sinaloa, Mexico.

Other work is continuing, leading toward the restart of operations.

The company recently acquired the Rosario mill and two mines, located just 5 km. from its San Marcial mine.

The three mines have substantial resources already outlined: combining measured, indicated, inferred and historic estimates leads to a total of 47 Moz. of silver and more than 300 Mlbs. of base metals.

The geological staff is presently compiling the historic data, as well as data from the previous operator of Rosario. The drilling now getting underway will fill in vital gaps in the existing database, providing the basis for a resource estimate later this year."

http://www.silvermexresources.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportI…
Im vergangenen Jahr hat Silvermex den ideellen und praktischen Turnaround vom Explorer zum Explorer mit Produktion (im Entstehen) vollzogen.

Das Unternehmen schloss kürzlich ein umfangreiches Grabungs- und Probenahme-Programm von San Marcial ab, das die Kontinuität der hochwertigen Oberflächen-Aderstrukturen bestätigt.

Außerdem hat das Management eine Vereinbarung über 20 Jahre Exploration und zukünftige Produktion ausgehandelt.

http://www.theaureport.com/cs/user/print/quote/7894?x-t=pub.…

GR
Thursday, July 29, 2010 TSX-V:SMR
Bloomberg Reports on Silver Market

Dear Investor,

Last month, an article was posted on the Bloomberg site (www.bloomberg.com) that offers some intelligence into the silver sector. Silvermex management knows and respects a number of the professionals quoted in the article and we encourage you to review its informative content.

The article is entitled "Silver Posting Best Streak Since Hunts No Matter Which Way Economy Turns", which was posted June 28, 2010. Click the link to connect to the article on the Bloomberg website:

Bloomberg Silver Article June 28, 2010

About Silvermex
Silvermex Resources is a well funded exploration and development company focused on developing the recently consolidated Rosario Mining Camp in south eastern Sinaloa, Mexico. This mining concession consists of 2 past producing mines and numerous known deposits. The project has significant resources and historic reserves with extensive production related infrastructure. Silvermex is led by a highly experienced and successful team, comprised of top executives from leading corporations in the silver mining sector.

For further information please contact Jason Leikam at 778-858-8085 or Jason@silvermexresources.com
www.silvermexresources.com
Es wird Zeit, mal wieder etwas zu unserer Silvermex zu posten. Ist zwar nicht taufrisch, hatten wir hier aber noch nicht und es sind einfach nur klasse Bohrergebnisse.

In ihrem Bericht vom 21.06.2010 schreiben sie, dass sie derzeit ihre Anstrengungen auf das neu konsolidierte Rosario / San Marcial Silber-Projekt im südöstlichen mexikanischen Bundesstaat Sinaloa konzentrieren. Es ist 16 279 Hektar groß und hatte früher 2 produzierende Silber-Gold-Zinkminen. Dadurch gibt es eine umfassende Infrastruktur, eine 20 Jahre Oberflächen-Rechte-Vereinbarung, 30 Jahre Wassernutzungsrechte, Grubengebäude, Dämme, eine 33-kV-Leitung, Büros, Geschäfte, Unterkünfte für 120 Mann und weitere Gebäude.

Silvermex's neues Geologenteam unter Leitung von Robert Fraser hat tausende von historischen Daten und Berichten von früheren Betreibern geprüft und ausgewertet, um ein besseres Verständnis der geologischen Strukturen zu bekommen. Zu den untersuchten Unterlagen gehörten geologischen Berichte und Karten, Satellitenbilder, Tests, Produktionsergebnisse der Vergangenheit, Aufzeichnungen, Protokolle und Bohrergebnisse, Sammelproben, geophysikalische Berichte, Ressourcenschätzungen, Resource-Block-Modelle und metallurgische Tests.

Und das ist das Ergebnis:

San Marcial hat zur Zeit eine NI 43-101 Mineralressource von 3.755.893 Tonnen mit einem Gehalt 149,20 g / t Ag, 0,36% Pb und 0,67% Zn. Das sind 18,0 Mio. Unzen Silber, 55.300.000 Pfund Zink (Zn) und 29.900.000 Pfund Blei (Pb) und dazu abgeleitete Ressourcen von 3.075.403 mineralischen Tonnen mit Gehalten von 44,21 g / t Ag, 0,29% Pb und 0,51% Zn. Diese abgeleitete Ressource enthält 4,4 Mio. Unzen Silber, 34.700.000 Pfund Zink (Zn) und 19.500.000 Pfund Blei (Pb).

Wer auf explodierende Silberpreise setzt und hier nicht investiert ist, ist selber schuld!!!!! :):):) :lick::lick::lick:

Die aktuelle Mineralressource-Schätzung basiert auf insgesamt 4.884 Meter Kernbohrungen in 27 Löchern und umfangreichen Oberflächengrabungen von Silvermex und den früheren Betreibern.

Und hier der ganze Bericht:

http://www.silvermexresources.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportI…

Glück auf gold
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.035.936 von MONSIEURCB am 24.08.10 14:38:24Hallo MONSIEURCB,

das sind ja wirklich sehhhhhhhhhhhr gute Nachrichten!!!! :lick::lick::lick::lick:

Ich habe mal versucht, die ersten Zeilen zu übersetzen.


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - (Marketwire - 24. August 2010) - Silvermex Resources Ltd ("Silvermex") (TSX VENTURE: SMR - News) freut sich bekanntzugeben, dass sie ein 22- Loch, 3.706,5 m Diamant Bohrprogramm auf ihrer San Marcial Silber-Liegenschaft im südlichen Bundesstaat Sinaloa, Mexiko fertiggestellt haben.

Das Programm wurde entworfen, um mit Infill-Bohrungen Informationen über den Grad des Vertrauens in das Streichen und down-dip Kontinuität der mineralisierten Zone zu erhöhen, die bei früheren Bohrprogrammen identifiziert wurde.

Erste Untersuchungsergebnisse wurden für alle Bohrlöcher erhalten und Gegenproben zu allen mineralisierten Abschnitten sowie ausgewählte andere Intervalle ist im Gange.

Bedeutende Silber-Mineralisierung treten in einer breiten Zone über eine Länge von mindestens 350 Metern und eine Tiefe von mindestens 500 Metern auf. Im laufenden Bohrprogramm traten Silber-Mineralisierung über eine Breite von 4,45 Metern bis über 29,0 Meter mit Graden von 72,9 bis 327,0 g / t Ag auf. Eine Zone höherer Mineralisierung mit ausgezeichneten Kontinuität besteht mit Werten von 502,5 g / t Ag über 4,50 Meter, 483,2 g / t Ag über 4,50 Meter und 335,4 g / t Ag über 5,0 Meter.

Bohrloch SM-10-22 wurde gebohrt, um die down-dip Fortsetzung der mineralisierten Zone zu testen. Die Bohrung durchteufte 11,50 Meter @224.2 g / t Ag, einschließlich 4,50 Meter @483.2 g / t Ag in einer Tiefe, 50 Meter tiefer als alle vorherigen Bohrungen, bestätigt sie das Potential für zusätzliche Mineralisierung in der Tiefe.

Alles andere und mehr findet ihr unter dem Link von MONSIEURCB

So kann es weiter gehen bei Silvermex!!! :lick::lick::lick::lick:
Peter Zihlmann empfiehlt Silvermex zum Kauf

27.01.2010 | 13:37 Uhr | Rohstoff-Welt.de

Silvermex entwickelt Silberressourcen und verschiedene Projekte. Das Unternehmen besitzt Silberressourcen von insgesamt 42,7 Mio. oz. Außerdem versucht es weiterhin Unternehmenswerte für Aktionäre zu schaffen. Im Jahr 2009 hat sich Silvermex darauf konzentriert, sein Flaggschiffprojekt San Marcial voranzutreiben. Man hofft auf den Beginn einer kommerziellen Produktion innerhalb von 24 Monaten. Dann soll eine jährliche Produktion von 2,3 Mio. oz Silber erreicht werden. Die kürzlich verkündete Option, die Rosario-Silbermine zu 100% zu übernehmen, schafft die nötige Infrastruktur für die Beschleunigung des San Marcial-Projekts.

Interne vorläufige Untersuchungen ergaben in San Marcial 1,2 Mio. t mit einem durchschnittlichen Gehalt von 321 g/t Silber, in Plomosas 0,6 Mio. t mit durchschnittlich 160 g/t Silber und in San Juan 0,26 Mio. t mit durchschnittlich 325 g/t Silber.

Sollte das Ziel erreicht werden, innerhalb von 24 Monaten mit der Produktion zu beginnen, erwartet der Analyst Peter Zihlmann den Anstieg der Aktie um ein Vielfaches. Er spricht eine Kaufempfehlung mit hohem Risiko aus.

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glück auf gold
Boden gebildet - und up !
+ 4,5 cent bzw. knapp 12 %, mit 600.000 St.
Source: Brian Sylvester of The Gold Report 09/01/2010

http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/7251

Silvermex verfügt über ein hervorragende Management, das von Hecla Mining und von Silver Standard Resources stammt, im Vorsitzenden Art Brown und Präsident Mike Callahan, sowie mehrere andere hochrangige Leute. . . Die shares werden wesentlich höher sein als zur Zeit der Finanzierung vor etwa vier Monaten als sie bei $ 0,45 CAD standen. . . Der Schlüssel zu Silvermex ist das großartige Management, die einfache (leichte) Produktion und die geringen Investitionen. Sie brauchen nur einen Investitionsaufwand von weniger als $ 25.000.000 für die Inbetriebnahme des Bergwerkes. Als sie Rosario erwarben, kauften sie im Grunde alles (einschließlich der Absetzteiche - alles außer der Mühle selbst). Es sollte relativ einfach sein Rosario in Betrieb zu nehmen. . . Wir sehen [den aktuellen Aktienkurs] als eine Kaufgelegenheit. In der Tat haben wir im Bereich dieses Preisen gekauft.
David Morgan: Play Silver, but Don't Get "Stuck"

http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/7390

TGR: Sie sprachen auch über Silvermex Resources Ltd (TSX.V: SMR) in Ihrem letzten Interview mit uns. In der Tat, Sie haben gesagt: "Ich mag die Firma, aber ich denke, sie wird im pack bleiben." Hat die Aktie wie erwartet performed, und was können wir von dem Junior im kommenden Jahr erwarten?

DM: Sie hat nicht performed wie erwartet; ich war einer der ersten, der auf das Unternehmen setzte, als der erste Handel begann und viele meiner Subsciber waren damals erfolgreich mit der Aktie. Als die Schuldenkrise von 2008 begann, wurden wir bei dem Unternehmen ausgestoppt. Nun sieht es aus, dass sie es ernst meinen, das Projekt zur Produktion zu bringen. Art Brown, den ich gut aus seiner Hecla Mining Co. (NYSE: HL) Zeit kenne, ist immer sehr engagiert. Bezüglich des Management-Teams, würde ich erwarten, dass sie es besser als sie es jetzt tun machen werden, aber noch einmal es ist eine spekulative Situation. Ich meine, man kann nicht wirklich ein Unternehmen, das einen Explorer mit einem Produzenten vergleichen kann. Sie sind zwei verschiedene paar Schuhe. Es ist viel schwieriger, eine Mine in Produktion zu bringen als jedes andere Geschäft, das sie sich vorstellen können.

Nur weil sie planen, in Produktion zu gehen garantiert nicht, dass es jetzt passiert, doch ich glaube fest daran, dass sie es wollen - aber der Markt sagt im Grunde: "Sage mir nicht, dass du es kannst, zeige es mir." Mit anderen Worten, Silvermex hat nicht so stark performed, wie ich es mir vorgestellt habe, aber ich besitze sie immer noch.

TGR = The Gold Report
DM = David Morgan

Glück auf gold
Erst 16,5 % Kursplus heute.
Damit wäre ich ja schon zufrieden.

Und dann noch das:

Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada - Trading Halt - Silvermex Resources Ltd. - SMR

VANCOUVER, Sep. 20, 2010 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX News Network) --

The following issues have been halted by Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC):

<< Issuer Name: Silvermex Resources Ltd. TSX-V Ticker Symbol: SMR Time of Halt: 10:15 am ET Reason for Halt: Company request pending news >>

SOURCE: Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)

SOURCE: Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) - Halts/Resumptions
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.179.109 von praesens am 20.09.10 16:41:57Hoffentlich keine Übernahme, dann:cry:schreie ich....:mad:
Mal Schwiegereltern angucken, ich komme von Genco, unseren Kleinen scheint es ja ernst zu sein.

Hallo auch.


Sep 20, 2010 12:55 ET
Silvermex Resources Ltd. and Genco Resources Ltd. Enter into Business Combination Agreement

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 20, 2010) - Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SMR) ("Silvermex") and Genco Resources Ltd. (TSX:GGC) ("Genco") are pleased to announce that they have entered into a definitive agreement (the "Agreement") to combine their respective businesses in an all-share transaction. The transaction will create a well managed, growth-oriented silver and gold producer focused on aggressively increasing its production profile.

The combined company will possess a fully operational mine and a substantial silver reserve and resource base. The transaction will provide shareholders with an experienced, production-focused, management team with a successful record of enhancing shareholder value. The combined company will be well capitalized with $6.2 million in cash.

Transaction Highlights

* Combines a highly experienced management team with a quality operation situated on a very large and prospective land position with numerous opportunities for future production expansion.
* Creates a company that contains one operation in production, with substantial expansion potential, and one advanced stage project with extensive infrastructure in place.
* Builds a large, diversified, quality reserve and resource base with a Mexican focus and tremendous potential to expand resources in multiple highly prospective jurisdictions.
* Offers shareholders significant growth potential through production expansion, resource growth and future acquisitions.
* The resulting combined company will have approximately $6.2 million in cash to fund facility upgrades, property assessments and studies and finance reserve growth.
* This transaction will accelerate production and exploration efforts on multiple projects concurrently, ultimately increasing shareholder value.

The management team and board of directors of the combined company will include key personnel from some of the silver sector's most acclaimed and successful companies. Management and directors include:

* Arthur Brown, P.Eng, Executive Chairman and Director - Mr. Brown is the past Chairman and CEO of Hecla Mining Company (NYSE: HL) ("Hecla"), headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. During Mr. Brown's 40 year tenure at Hecla he held many executive positions with the company. He became President in 1986 and was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 1987. Mr. Brown played a vital role in the evolution of Hecla and built it into one of the world's largest and most successful silver mining companies. Mr. Brown retired from Hecla in 2006 and joined Silvermex as Executive Chairman in 2009.

* Michael H. Callahan, President and Director - Mr. Callahan was with Hecla from 1989 to 2009. During this 20 year period he held a variety of positions including: Director, President of Minera Hecla Venezolana, a subsidiary of Hecla Mining Co. and Vice President of Corporate Development. Mr. Callahan played a key role in the acquisition, development and production growth of some of Hecla's most successful mines.

* Duane A. Nelson, CEO and Director - Mr. Nelson has been a director and officer of Silvermex since February 2006. He has over 25 years of private and public sector experience with a focus on early-stage projects.

* Joseph J. Ovsenek, P.Eng, L.L.B, Director - Mr. Ovsenek is the Senior Vice President of Silver Standard Resources Inc. ( NASDAQ :SSRI) ("Silver Standard") Mr. Ovsenek holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Toronto. He is a registered professional engineer, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Ovsenek played a key role in building Silver Standard into one of the largest primary silver companies in the world.

* Kenneth C. McNaughton, M.A.Sc., P.Eng, Director - Mr. McNaughton is the Senior Vice President, Exploration for Silver Standard since 1991. Mr. McNaughton holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree and a Master of Applied Science degree in geological engineering from the University of Windsor. He has been with Silver Standard since 1991 and played a vital role in the development of Silver Standard's extensive resource base, creating the largest in-ground silver resource of any publicly-traded primary silver company.

* Robert J. Fraser, M.Sc., P.Geo, VP Exploration - Mr. Fraser is the past Exploration Manager for Hecla in Canada and Venezuela. He graduated with a Hon's B.Sc. in Geology and a M.Sc. in Mineral Exploration from Queen's University at Kingston and has over 35 years experience. Prior to his senior position with Hecla Mr. Fraser was with Noranda for over 25 years.

* Hallein Darby, CA, CFO and Corporate Secretary - Ms. Darby has been Silvermex's Senior VP Finance since November 2008 initially as Senior VP Finance and is currently CFO. She was previously the Senior VP Finance for Timmins Gold Corp. Ms. Darby served as a Senior Securities Analyst with the British Columbia Securities Commission from 1996 to 2006.

* James R. Anderson, BSB, LLC, Director - Mr. Anderson is the current CEO and largest shareholder of Genco. He is a successful businessman with wide-ranging interests in oil & gas production, as well as real estate development and rentals. He is the founder, sole shareholder and President of Tennessee Eastern Gas & Oil Co. Mr. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Science in Business degree and a Juris Doctor degree in Law from the University of Minnesota.

* Bruce Bried, B.Sc., P.Eng. - Mr. Bried is currently a consultant to Silvermex and acting Vice President of Mining. He is the past Vice President of Mining for Endeavour Silver. Mr. Bried is a professional engineer with over 25 years experience in engineering and operating mines, his specialty is underground vein gold and silver mines and mills.

* Wayne R. Moorhouse, CFA, - Mr. Moorhouse is the current CFO of Genco and has been with the company since 2005. Mr. Moorhouse has considerable experience in project planning, budgeting, administration and corporate finance. He has held senior management positions with a variety of public & private companies, and has conducted business in Mexico for over a decade.

Transaction Terms

The transaction will be carried out by way of a plan of arrangement, and is subject to court approval and approval by Silvermex and Genco shareholders, applicable regulatory approvals and the satisfaction of certain other conditions. Prior to the completion of the transaction, Genco will subdivide all of the outstanding Genco common shares ("Genco Common Shares") on a 1.1-for-one basis. Under the terms of the Agreement, all of the Silvermex common shares (the "Silvermex Common Shares") issued and outstanding immediately prior to the completion of the transaction will be exchanged into Genco Common Shares on the basis of one Genco Common Share for each Silvermex Common Share. Additionally:

* Genco shareholders will retain an approximately 53.0% interest in the combined company, or approximately 55.8% on a fully-diluted basis.
* Silvermex shareholders will retain an approximately 47.0% interest in the combined company, or approximately 44.2% on a fully-diluted basis.
* The transaction terms represent a premium of approximately 49.0% to Genco's 20-day volume weighted average price on the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX") based on Silvermex 20-day volume weighted average price on the TSX Venture Exchange, in each case based on the 20-trading day period ending September 17, 2010, and a premium of 38.2% to Genco's closing price on the TSX on September 17, 2010.
* Silvermex and Genco each intend to call a special meeting of their respective shareholders to seek approval of the transaction and related matters which are expected to be held in early November 2010.
* The Board of Directors of Silvermex has determined that the transaction is in the best interests of Silvermex and its shareholders, and has unanimously approved the transaction. The Board of Directors recommends that Silvermex shareholders vote in favour of the matters to be considered at the Silvermex meeting, including the transaction.
* In reaching its determination, the Board of Directors of Silvermex considered, among other things, a fairness opinion and advice provided by GMP Securities L.P. in relation to the transaction.
* Silvermex shareholders collectively holding approximately 3.4% of the outstanding Silvermex Common Shares have entered into support agreements with Genco in which they have agreed, among other things, to vote such shares in favour of the transaction.
* The Board of Directors of Genco has determined that the transaction and related matters are in the best interests of Genco and its shareholders and has unanimously approved the transaction. The Board of Directors recommends that Genco shareholders vote in favour of the matters to be considered at the Genco meeting, including the transaction.
* Genco shareholders collectively holding approximately 20.1% of the outstanding Genco Common Shares have entered into support agreements with Silvermex in which they have agreed, among other things, to vote such shares in favour of the transaction.
* In reaching its determination, the Board of Directors of Genco considered, among other things, a fairness opinion and advice provided by Haywood Securities Inc. in relation to the transaction.
* The Agreement provides that Genco and Silvermex may, under certain circumstances, terminate the Agreement in favour of an unsolicited proposal, subject to the payment of a termination fee of $2,000,000 and subject to a right by each party to match the superior proposal in question.
* Further information regarding the transaction will be contained in an information circular that each of Silvermex and Genco will prepare, file and mail in due course to their respective shareholders in connection with the special meetings of their respective shareholders to be held to consider the transaction.
* The transaction is expected to close in early November 2010 shortly after the Genco and Silvermex shareholder meetings. Following the completion of the transaction, the combined company's name will be "Silvermex Resources Inc."

Both Genco's Board of Directors and Silvermex's Board of Directors unanimously recommend that shareholders vote in favour of the transaction. The companies' respective management teams agree that this business combination is significantly accretive to Silvermex and Genco shareholders on both a NAV and resources per share basis.

"We are very pleased to offer both Silvermex and Genco shareholders such a value-enhancing transaction. We are confident that the proposed business combination will significantly strengthen and add shareholder value to both companies. The new company will own a fully operational mine with substantial production growth potential and additional advanced mining projects which will provide an aggressive production growth profile. The combined company will possess a significant silver reserve and resource base. After extensive consideration of all aspects of the transaction, we strongly believe this business combination offers a great opportunity for the shareholders of both Silvermex and Genco," stated Duane Nelson, CEO of Silvermex.

James Anderson, CEO of Genco stated, "We believe the combination with Silvermex creates both near-term and long-term value for our shareholders. The solid management team of Silvermex offers the experience, leadership and industry contacts we require to advance our company and realize our production goals and objectives. The advanced projects in Silvermex provide significant resources and a solid production growth profile. Together, we have a very strong opportunity to rapidly grow towards becoming a premier silver producer."

Pursuant to National Instrument 43-101, Robert Fraser, P.Geo, Vice-President Exploration of Silvermex Resources Ltd. is the Qualified Person (QP) responsible for the disclosure in this news release.

Lang Michener LLP acted as legal counsel to Silvermex in connection with the transaction; McCarthy Tétrault LLP acted as legal counsel to Genco in connection with the transaction.

About Silvermex

Silvermex Resources is a well funded exploration and development company focused on advancing the recently consolidated Rosario/San Marcial Mining Camp in south eastern Sinaloa, Mexico. This mining concession consists of 2 past producing mines and numerous known high-grade deposits. The project has significant resources and historic reserves with extensive production related infrastructure in place. Silvermex is led by a highly experienced and successful team, comprised of top executives from leading corporations in the silver mining sector.

About Genco

Genco Resources Ltd. is a publicly traded mining company focused on developing its core asset, the producing La Guitarra silver-gold property located in the Temascaltepec Mining District of Mexico. La Guitarra Mine presently consists of two underground operation centres and a flotation mill with a proven capacity of 320 tonnes per day. Genco is evaluating options for the expansion of existing mining operations at La Guitarra Mine.
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Noch jemand hier??????

Ich frage mich, ob das Zusammengehen von Silvermex mit Genco
mir als Silvermex-Aktionär Vorteile bringen wird ... denn eigentlich würde ich lieber in einen anderen Silberwert umschichten. Aber es könnte natürlich sein, dass es erst mal einen schönen Sprung nach oben macht - und den würde ich gerne mitnehmen ...

.. irgendwelche Meinungen dazu? THANKS!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.456.832 von MONSIEURCB am 04.11.10 18:51:43Silvermex steigt seit einigen Wochen langsam und konstant. Mit Silvermex werden wir long unsere Freude haben. Bis Ende des Jahres hoffe ich gehen wir über die 1 Dollar.
Fortuna Silver habe ich zu früh verkauft. Fortuna ist auch ein gutes Silberinvestment.
Mein nächster Favourit ist die First Gold. Im November werden wir hoffe ich gute Nachrichten von den Bohrergebnissen vermeldet.

Gruss
seanpaul
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.456.832 von MONSIEURCB am 04.11.10 18:51:43Hallo !
Für mich ist der Hauptgrund hier investiert zu sein das Silvermex-Management.
Natürlich in Zusammenhang mit der existierenden Silvermex-Infrastruktur.
Dazu jetzt die neuen propertys - ich denke da ist nach unten ein Boden eingezogen.
Und Potential nach oben vorhanden.
Silvermex steht weniger im Rampenlicht als vielleicht andere Silberwerte. Von daher dürfte hier die Kursentwicklung gemächlicher vonstatten gehen. Ist aber m.E. ein sehr solider play. Für einen Explorer ...

Gruß, praesens
Endlich der Ausbruch !?
Neues 2-Jahres-Hoch !
Ab an die 1,40 $, Tasse, Henkel, und weiter ...! ;)
... wobei da noch was an Widerständen dazwischen liegt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.456.832 von MONSIEURCB am 04.11.10 18:51:43... und ? Springt Sie genug für Dich ? ;)
Der Deal scheint den Großinvestoren zu gefallen: Silvermex und Genco im Gleichklang bei hohen Umsätzen nordwärts. Wäre schön, wenn wir da einen der Überflieger 2011 im Depot hätten...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.504.796 von hoschmi am 11.11.10 18:30:47grüßt euch,
so wie es aussieht komme ich morgen in euren Thread rüber ;-)
Wie seht ihr die Chancen für unsere "gemeinsame" Zukunft?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.530.465 von MONSIEURCB am 16.11.10 14:57:05Bist ja immer superschnell, Monsieur! Merci.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.526.338 von chris1808 am 15.11.10 22:07:43Drum prüfe wer sich ewig bindet ... ;)

... im Gegensatz dazu sollte uns Silvermex noch einige Freude bereiten.
FRAGE AN ALLE:

Legen wir die bisherigen zwei threads künftig in EINEM Neuen
zusammen oder lasen wir einfach den Sulvermex-thread, binden ihn aber an die neue WKN/ISIN an?

Meinungen? Vorschläge?

M E R C I !
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.534.185 von MONSIEURCB am 16.11.10 21:49:34wir sind doch jetzt eine Famile :laugh:

also ich wäre fürs Zusammenlegen, schließlich existieren die Werte einzeln ja nicht mehr...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.534.248 von chris1808 am 16.11.10 21:59:37mit dem ding iss meine Rente sicher....
die leute die sich für sowas intressieren=unter 0,%
bleib ruhig.....
;);)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.534.185 von MONSIEURCB am 16.11.10 21:49:34"lassen wir einfach den Silvermex-Thread, binden ihn aber an die neue WKN/ISIN an" - SO sollten wir es machen, Monsieur!
Hi

ist die Aktie im Moment in D nicht zu handeln unter der ISDN CA8284271043 ??

Danke + Gruss!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.551.895 von Tebi am 19.11.10 09:47:02hey,
nein, nach dem Zusammenschluss von Silvermex und Genco wurden neue Kennungen herausgegeben
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.553.948 von Tebi am 19.11.10 13:53:38Hallo, die neue WKN lautet: A1C8MQ
Sie ist an den deutschen Handelsplätzen und in Kanada handelbar.


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