Here toServe Holding Corp (OTCMKTS:HTSC) Stock On Radar After Latest News

This morning it is quite likely for the Here to Serve Holding Corp (OTCMKTS:HTSC) stock to be on the radars of many investors after the diversified holding company made a key announcement. The company came into the news cycle yesterday after it announced that Fortune Nickel and Gold, its fully owned subsidiary unit, had hired the services of Axiom Exploration Group Ltd, which is based out of Saskatoon, Sask.

Trading Data

On Tuesday, HTSC stock ended flat at $0.0550 with more than 25.10K shares, compared to its average volume of 28.54K shares. The stock moved within a range of $0.0465 – 0.0550 after opening trade at $0.0550.

Here to Serve Holding Corp. Engages Axiom Exploration Group to Advance the Exploration Projects in the Gowan Township

Axiom has been hired for a satellite survey. The first of the satellite surveys to be conducted is going to involve the analyses, acquisition and processing of data from Aster Multispectral, Synthetic Aperture Radar and Sentinel in the advanced exploration initiative at the Gowan Projects located in Ontario in Canada.

The Chief Executive Officer of Fortune Nickel and Gold Paul Biss spoke about the latest development as well. He noted that the company roped in the services of Axiom for the environmentally responsible satellite radar technology that it offers.

That technology is then going to help in enhancing and help effectively in expanding the drilling targets. It was a significant new announcement from the company and one that may come as a long term boost for Here to Serve as well.

Key Quote

“We have brought in Axiom’s environmentally friendly satellite radar technology to enhance and further help expand our drill targets,” said Paul Riss, CEO of Fortune. “By combining modern remote sensing techniques using multispectral imaging and synthetic aperture radar to analyze vegetation, structure, alteration, and ground movement, complex anomalies covering large areas can be quickly and effectively identified. Axiom uses proprietary Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to process this multivariate exploration approach, combining existing geological, geochemical, and geophysical data with multiple satellite analyses, to identify mineral targets.”

Jon Williams

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