China Magnesium Corp Ltd

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China Magnesium Corporation Limited is engaged in processing and selling magnesium, coke and related products. The Company's principal activities include progressing diversification of production base to include semi-coke, calcium metal, tar oil and synergistic products, and sale of magnesium, semi-coke, metallurgical coke, calcium, tar oil, ferro-nickel, pig iron and synergistic products. It also includes further expansion of international trading capability and co... continued
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China Magnesium Corp Ltd
China Magnesium Corporation Limited is engaged in processing and selling magnesium, coke and related products. The Company's principal activities include progressing diversification of production base to include semi-coke, calcium metal, tar oil and synergistic products, and sale of magnesium, semi-coke, metallurgical coke, calcium, tar oil, ferro-nickel, pig iron and synergistic products. It also includes further expansion of international trading capability and consignments of magnesium, semi coke, ferro-nickel and related products to Australia, Europe, Asia and the Middle East from China. The Company holds interest in CMC China, which holds interest in magnesium ingot production operations in the Shanxi province of northeastern China. The operations produce magnesium using the Pidgeon process. The Company's production capacity is approximately 1,786 tons of semi-coke, around 449 tons of calcium metal and over 123 tons of tar oil.

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