Blue crane operators, who have been trying to make the most of the holidays and to diversify the supply chain, are gearing up to reopen the mine.
Blue crane operators and operators of minesweepers and divers have been struggling to keep their businesses going.
They say the downturn in mining has put an end to their business and have had to shut down their operations.
However, the divers have a long-standing relationship with Blue crane and the two organisations are now looking to expand their partnership.
The operator, called Blue Crane, is based in the UK, but has operations in Brazil, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The company also owns a number of other mining ventures in the region.
In 2018, Blue Crane announced that it would expand its operations in the country of South Africa, and this year, Blue crane is working with the mining company MCO in the Philippines, to make its operations more profitable.
The divers, who were set to start operations in February 2018, will now be able to reopen their operations in June 2019, after their contracts with Blue Crane had expired.
The Blue Crane operators have also started selling their minesweeping equipment to other operators.
Blue Crane, which is owned by UK-based mining company CSC Technologies, has been operating the Blue crane for more than two decades, according to its website.
The operation has diversified its supply chain through the years, and diversified from mining to diversifying its mining operation.
According to its LinkedIn page, Blue cranes are able to mine for metals in gold, silver, copper, copper alloys and other precious metals.
The divers also operate minesweeps and diversify their mining operations.
The operators are still in talks with Blue Crane, which are expected to announce a final decision in the coming months.