There has been 21,859oz of gold and 270,058oz of silver produced at the mine since it reopened in March.
During October recoveries stayed strong, at 83.4% for gold and 53.7% for silver.
A second processing plant continually running above nameplate, at 405t per hour, helped prevent bottlenecks, with an average head grade of 0.46 grams per tonne gold achieved.
Kingsgate executive chairman Ross Smyth-Kirk said mining contractor LotusHall Mining achieved a monthly rehandle haulage record of 288,069 tonnes, which was moved on to the run of mine pad in October.
A first blast hole Epiroc T45 drill rig was also commissioned on site at Chatree, with the initial blast pattern of 210 holes completed.
"We are pleased to see the continued positive momentum on site during the ramp-up towards full production at Chatree in early 2024," Smyth-Kirk said.