Legacy Iron Ore entered a strategic infrastructure-sharing agreement with Linden Gold Alliance at the Second Fortune Gold Mine in Western Australia.

The agreement, slated to commence on Nov. 23 for an initial 20-month term, encompasses the sharing of critical infrastructure, including accommodation camp, airstrip, and medical facilities.

Legacy Iron will pay an upfront payment of $2.5 million to Second Fortune Gold Project, a subsidiary of Linden, while Linden will cover all operational costs for the camp and airstrip.

The collaborative partnership accelerates the transition of the Mount Celia Gold Mine to production and offers Legacy Iron various amenities and services, such as accommodation, catering, a gym, and more.