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Uses of Silver
MeldPro Corp will be located at 1304 S. Third Street, Sanford, NC and poised for rapid growth in the Precious Metal Industry. Business seeks funding to take advantage of a window of opportunity for introducing metal products from iron ore, know as hematite, which has already been proven valuable. MeldPro is a development stage company that is utilizing a proprietary process that refines and/or seperate's metal products from iron ore tailings (hematite). The process has been proven to extract gold, silver and trace metal oxides.
- Senior collateralized debt instrument with a high yield
- Semiannual interest payments
- Five year term with option to be paid earlier
Nicholas B Campanella - CEO & President
Nicholas is the co-founder of MeldPro He has served in many roles of community service as environmental commissioner and chairman of economic development committee as well as Past Grand Knight for the Knights of Columbus. Mr. Campanella has been a business owner since 1996 in various manufacturing and sales divisions. Mr. Campanella attended the New York Institute of Technology in 1984, where he majored in Business Management. He has been in the renewable energy space since 2009 and has been in waste handling and operations for several years and has been working with key scientists and engineers for creating green and clean waste processing. Mr. Campanella is also an Inventor and patent holder in the solar industry as creator and designer of non-glass solar panel for lightweight applications and manufacturing process.
Mark W. Shuey – Chief Operating Officer & Engineer
Mark is a Materials Engineer with over 25 years of engineering experience in design and metallurgical systems spanning the globe and several engineering degrees. He has numerous publications and patents in engineering and industrial processes and materials. He has designed, operated and managed thermal processing equipment for various industries including Nuclear Power, Energy, Chem-DeMil, ore processing Primary and Secondary metals such as Ti, Al, Si, Ni, etc. At Lockheed and the merged Lockheed-Martin Corporation, Mark held several Executive Management positions that dealt with machine budget and finance. Mark served his country in the United States Marine Corps and is a Disabled American Veteran.
Jon G. Reed - Manufacturing Engineer
Jon has over 20 years of metallurgical, plasma engineering and construction of thermal processing and mechanical systems spanning the globe. With advanced degree in manufacturing, Jon has been at the forefront of design and manufacturing of various plasma and induction systems. He has designed, operated and managed thermal processing equipment for various industries including Nuclear, Energy, Primary and Secondary metals such as Ti, Al, Si, Ni, etc., Plasma Welders, VAR. Jon served his country in the United States Marine Corps and is a Disabled American Veteran.
James T. McCubbin - CFO
James is a managerial and financial professional with over 30 years of progressive experience in launching, building and scaling businesses. He has a broad range of experience with both public and private companies, is deemed to be a Securities and Exchange Commission financial expert, has served as both public and private company’s Chief Financial Officer and Secretary/Treasurer, along with serving on several boards of directors as both an audit, compensation, and nomination committee member and chairman. He is the CEO of MarMac Corporate Advisors, LLC where he has developed strong organizational and strategic development skill sets in several industries in federal government contracting, pharmaceutical and healthcare, clean energy, entertainment and advertising technologies, and information technology solutions. Mr. McCubbin is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and a master’s degree in International Management. He has completed executive management development with KRW International. KRW’s founders are credited with being among the first pioneers of modern executive development.
David Lonergan – Financial Advisory
David is a Chief Financial Officer with over 20 years’ experience in Australia and the United Kingdom, spanning the professional services, financial services, resources, private equity, manufacturing, healthcare, education and aviation industries for public, private and start up entities.
David has a range of experience and skills including strategy development and execution, due diligence, financial modelling, M&A, budgeting, business planning and forecasting, business performance analysis, corporate governance, systems implementations, and statutory and management reporting & analysis.
David has completed strategic business plans for over 300 start-ups across 40 countries and a range of industries. In addition to this he has supported a range of not-for-profit groups within his local community. David is a CPA qualified Accountant, is certified by the Governance Institute of Australia, holds a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy), and completed an Executive MBA (EMBA) through the Queensland University of Technology.
|Statement of Operations||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Sales, General & Admin||$360,472||$975,070||$975,070|
|Other operating expenses||$ -||$ -||$ -|
|Depreciation & Amortization||$133,333||$133,333||$133,333|
|Balance Sheet||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|$ -||$ -||$ -|
|Financial debt||$3,000,000||$3,000,000||$ -|
|Liabilities & Shareholder's Equity
|Vehicle & Other Equipment||$100,000|
|Interest (1st 1/2 Year)||$390,000|
Mark and Nick began working together on waste to energy projects with a passion to help clean-up the planet one project at a time. When looking at cleaning up iron ore tailings in various parts of the country MELD discovered they could make not only iron metal powder but could also capture gold, silver and other metals. Tailing are the concentrated “left-overs” from a mine producing something different and is typically called gangue. Further development for these tailing piles, and there are many more in the US, will be in the area of rare earth metals.
What is really important about these tailings’ piles, first they are valuable, is the fact that they are above ground assets ready for processing and we do not have to dig pits in the earth or go underground. We do not have to scar the earth to find the minerals and metals we need for our economy. Just one of the tailings piles we identified is over 1,000,000 tons above ground in piles, ready for transport and processing.
Initially, tailings are transported in super-sacks from various locations within the USA. The building where the processing will take place has a large area under roof to store the super-sacks. Current particle size of the tailings is well suited for the MELD process.
Tailings are put into a hopper and is conveyed to a feed hopper; The tailings are then processed through a microwave furnace operating at 500⁰F where iron-oxide is broken-down to liberate silver and gold. The product is cooled and sent to be sized. Sizing ensure that the particle size is small, around 75 microns. Next, iron is removed to form a powder metal product via magnetic separation. The non-ferrous materials are screened to remove most of the silica and what remains is the silver, gold and trace metal-oxides.
The key strategic and organizational growth objectives of MeldPro are:
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