Southeast Asia Mining is focused on restoring production at Thailand’s Song Toh and
Boh Yai silver-lead-zinc mines.
Southeast Asia Mining has identified exploration targets immediately adjacent to the mines which have the potential to extend the mine life.
The Song Toh and Boh Yai mines are centered in Thailand’s historical mining district with records of mining activity extending back several centuries.
The mines are strategically located to serve the industrial demands of Thailand, China, Japan and Korea.
Exploration and Mine Permitting in ThailandSoutheast Asia Mining is a Canadian junior exploration and mining company. The Company is focused on discovering the full potential of the mineral-rich Kanchanaburi Province in Western, Thailand which is approximately 300 km northwest of Bangkok. The principal assets, the Song Toh and Boh Yai silver-lead-zinc mines were discovered in 1948 and produced 520,000 tonnes of lead and zinc concentrates until 2002 when mining operations discontinued due to uneconomic metal prices. Southeast Asia Mining has recently completed a Preliminary Economic Assessment using 22 years of historical operating records and data. The results of the study describe a very robust economic opportunity requiring a modest capital investment to refurbish the processing plant and resume production. As well, the area immediately adjacent to the mines is highly prospective and underexplored presenting considerable growth potential that could significantly enhance the life of mine, and the project economics.
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- April 22nd, 2013 Southeast Asia Mining Corp. announces minimum $6,000,000 private placement of special warrants
- April 12th, 2013 Southeast Asia Mining Completes Positive Preliminary Economic Assessment – Pre Tax NPV $88.8 Million, IRR 148%
- February 13th, 2013 Southeast Asia Mining Announces Board Changes and Closes Second Tranche of Private Placement of Unsecured Convertible Debentures