A Natural Resources Development and
Commodities Trading Company
Focused on Gemstones, Iron Ore, Gold, Bauxite, Oil
Operations in Asia, Africa, USA, Europe
Outstanding: 309,722, 417
Latest financials: In Progress
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FROM THE COMPANY ARCHIVES
Former MSVS Video ( Before Merger to BMIN )
Located in South East Africa, Malawi is
home to Britannia's flagship project
located at Nthale Hill
The Nthale Project was initially 20 square
kilometers located in the southern part of
the country near Blantyre. Since Britannia's
acquisition it now covers a vast area of over
650 square kilometers.
| The Nthale Iron Ore Project |
Transportation Links & Advantages
Corporate & Social Responsibility
| Transportation links in Nthale place BMIN in a lucrative position for international trade. Road and railway connect Nthale to a number of ports in neighboring Mozambique. |
It is in Mozambique where vessels are able to load cargo for exports across the Indian Ocean.
CEO and Chairmain: Kenneth Roberts & Queen Elizabeth II
| ||Corporate social responsibility forms an essential part of Britannia Mining’s operational strategy. |
The principles that govern our relationship with host communities are based on trust, transparency, long term commitment, and sustainability. We believe that moving towards a more secure future lies in implementing the foundations for sustainable development.
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Oct 31, 2013) - Britannia Mining, Inc. (OTC Pink: BMIN) (BMIN or the Company), the successor of a merger between UK based mining development company Britannia Mining Plc and U.S. based Micron Enviro Systems (Former Symbol: MSVS), announced today that the Company's CEO, Mr. Kenneth Roberts, was amongst the distinguished guests to attend Her Majesty's (Queen Elizabeth II) Commonwealth reception in London, celebrating the "Family of Nations."
"In the interest of forwarding relations between nations, it was an honor to commemorate the spirit of the Commonwealth in the presence of the Royal Family and many World dignitaries," stated Kenneth Roberts, CEO of Britannia Mining. "Having been asked by the Malawi High Commission to attend the reception, Britannia was able to showcase the growing value of its presence in the country."
Traditionally held ahead of the Commonwealth Summit, this year, the Buckingham Palace celebratory event became the host venue to high commissioners and leading individuals from over 50 nations.
Iron Ore & Steel
|CEO Kenneth Roberts with the President of Malawi, Joyce Banda. |
Joyce Hilda Banda is a Malawian politician who has been the President of Malawi since 7 April 2012. She is the founder and leader of the People's Party, created in 2011.
| ||Iron Ore is used to make Steel |
Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon containing less than 2% carbon and 1% manganese and small amounts of silicon, phosphorus, sulphur and oxygen. Steel is the world's most important engineering and construction material. It is used in every aspect of our lives; in cars and construction products, refrigerators and washing machines, cargo ships and surgical scalpels.
Steel is not a single product. There are more than 3,500 different grades of steel with many different physical, chemical, and environmental properties.
Approximately 75% of modern steels have been developed in the past 20 years.
If the Eiffel Tower were to be rebuilt today, the engineers would only need one-third of the steel that was originally used.
Modern cars are built with new steels that are stronger but up to 25% lighter than in the past.
Iron is the 2nd most important world commodity!
www.economist.com/node/21564559 - "The most important commodity after oil deserves more attention that it gets" – Economist
The "Ready Mined" Iron Ore Stock In Asia