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Thursday, December 28, 2017

KMG GOLD RECYCLING OPENS FOURTH LOCATION

January 2, 2018. Winnipeg MB Canada

KMG Gold Recycling opens the doors on its new home, processing facility and head office at 1220 Pembina Hwy in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. The doors will open January 2, 2018 Monday to Friday, 9:30-5:30

This new building, a former bank complete with impenetrable vault, will be the new head office and processing centre for the world famous, KMG Gold Recycling.

KMG Gold Recycling founder and President, Michael Gupton says the new facility will house a gold depository, silver repository and will have the ability for customers to securely store gold and silver coins, bars, wafers and precious metal items in the first of its kind secure vault. Complete with after hours gold scrap depository services.

KMG recently opened a new gold buying outlet at 1514 Regent Av W, in Transcona, a suburb of Winnipeg, just three months ago.

KMG Gold Recycling started recycling and buying gold, silver, platinum, and palladium in 2007 and fast became the premier, published, and world famous source for the general public to recycle their unwanted gold jewelry, gold and silver coins, junk silver, platinum thermocouple wire, and dental gold such as gold crowns. Their success lies partly in their efforts to educate consumers about the precious metals recycling industry and how they can get the most money for their unwanted gold, silver, platinum and palladium.

KMG Gold Recycling has 4 locations in Canada and the United States. 620 Academy Rd Winnipeg, 1514 Regent Av Winnipeg, 1220 Pembina Hwy Winnipeg, and 1003 S. Washington St Grand Forks ND

Please visit https://www.kmggold.com for updates, locations, hours of operation, and also follow KMG Gold Recycling on Facebook.com/kmggold. Call toll free 1-877-468-2220
KMG Gold Recycling buys, recycles, refines, stores, insures and manufactures precious metals of any kind.



Posted by Mike Gupton at 1:18 PM