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http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CWRN/quote


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http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CWRN/quoteCompany Summary (more info here )

Cotton & Western mining, Inc. is a Nevada Corporation Cotton & Western Mining, Inc. (OTC:PK / trading symbol CWRN) works closely with a group of international agents and affiliates that operates iron mineral mines, manages, markets, and executes contract sales agreements for the iron minerals.    

Insiders and majority share holders of Cotton & Western Mining, Inc. are Robert L. Cotton Jr. (Bob) and the majority shareholder of the company's control shares. Insider Minority control shares are owned by Robert L. Cotton III (Trey) Vice President and Treasurer and by Sharon Vazquez, Vice President and Secretary. These shareholders's currently comprise the sole list of corporate officers and board of directors. The balance of control shares are held by Emily Cotton and Jennifer Cotton.
 


 

Panamerican Minerals Ventures S.A. de C.V. Permit 2013

 



CWRN  is hard at  work for shareholders. Shirley Lee, CEO.



Loading the Ilia in May 2013









 
 
 
 




The Bingo Hole with Bao Steel Executive on Right




Bao Steel back for more at Baja 14 with Bob Cotton on Right



Bao Steel Overseeing Production



Bao Steel with Product in Back Ground



Production on the Coloso Vein





Fourth Shipment of Ore ready to Go!



Aerial view of Baja 14



 

> a/o "News of Nov 17th 2011" (SS included)

A/S: 6 Bil (per otcmarkets + PR + SOS corp)
Current O/S: 4,361,635,980 Bil
Restricted: 2,056,610,879 Bil
Free Trading Float: 2,305,025,101 Bil
Free Trading Float Held Close: 550 Mil
Free Trading Float on the street: 1,755,025,101 Bil

 
 

-SOS Corp COTTON & WESTERN MINING, INC (A/S 6 bil)

-SOS Corp PAN AMERICAN MINERAL VENTURES, LLC


> Panamerican Minerals Ventures S.A. de C.V "Mina Guadalupe" in Ensenada,under contract and held in trust for/with CWRN (private company created to comply with Mexican mining laws)

> Other Affiliations: Geo JS Tech Group USA / Geotech Group S.A de C.V Mexico

1st ever EXPORT PERMIT issued in Mexico for "PanAm" (April 22 2011)

Loreto's FE% "SGS Certificate of Analysis"    (August 11 2011)
     




View ALL or Older NEWS Here )


>> Jun 25 2012  CWRN: "Qin Hai Sails with 43.8k/mt Iron Ore for Bao Steel"   http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=52878786

>> Jun 04 2012 SEC Charges Company Officers and Penny Stock Promoters in Kickback and Market Manipulation Schemes 

>> APRIL 13 2012~ WIDE AREA DRILLING UNDERWAY  http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=51995577


>> Nov 17 2011 Iron Ore Market Up 3rd Shipment Contract To Be Executed
Quote:
CWRN The resent down trend in Spot Pricing for the China Sea Borne Trade for Iron Ore caused some companies to hold off on shipping, (including CWRN) this lead to a reduction in immediate raw material stocks for some steel makers. Over the last 12 consecutive trading days, the market has rebounded and some Iron Ore Sellers are now executing sales contracts. The Company has been trucking materials to the Pacific Ocean Port of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico and has stepped up trucking by adding more trucks. The Company sells Raw Crude Iron Ore based on the Platt's Steel Index at landing on a 6 day average price, 3 days prior and 3 days after landing with a negotiated discount off Spot Pricing. It is anticipated that the landing price will be somewhat higher than the contract signing day Spot Market Price.

Shipping Update: Bulk vessel shipping Cost is expected to be $9.00 cheaper per wet metric ton than the August Shipment Cost, the Company is now in the market for the 3rd shipment dry bulk carrier in the HandyMax size range, 40 to 45 thousand metric tons.

CWRN Current Share Structure: The Company has stated that it is not currently providing any Market Awareness nor is it involved with the market in any way. The share price of the Company's stock is solely dictated by the market further to that the share structure has not changed since year 2010, nor does the company intend to participate in any trade programs designed to offer company shares
-A/S: 6 Bil -Current O/S: 4,361,635,980 Bil -Restricted: 2,056,610,879 Bil -Free Trading Float: 2,305,025,101 Bil


  >> Sept 29 2011 Remedial Drilling Underway at Mina Guadalupe
Quote:
CWRN Management stated today that the original drilling program consisted of 68 shallow drill holes into the Guadalupe iron ore bodies; 66 of the 68 drilled holes contained iron ore lenses varying in thickness from 2 to 14 meters thick. The deepest drilled hole was 20 meters in depth. The last shipment of iron ore and the current stockpiles of finished products have all come from a small section of the 1,500 meters long Coloso Vein (one of four long iron ore veins on the mineral concession) and 26 meters of overburden and iron ore have been extracted out of the section. Currently the company has begun a remedial drilling program to extend the drilling depth to a minimum of 25 meters under the previously discovered iron ore lenses and up to 100 meters deep should the ore body continue at greater depth. In the first of a series of mini drilling programs, four drill sites were chosen approximately 300 meters apart along the 275 degree Northwest Coloso strike in areas of confirmed heavy ore bodies. The results of the program will be made available to our shareholders and the general public upon completion.

Shipping Update: Bulk vessel shipping is currently on hold, pending the evaluation of cost savings on shipment size. The first two shipments of Guadalupe raw crude iron ore were delivered via HandyMax at 38,500 and 36,000 dry metric tons of ore, the latter shipment ended at a cost of $43.00 per wet metric ton of product. Shipping cost has recently decreased, primarily on larger capacity vessels; therefore, Management has asked the John F. Dillon & Company, LLC., to assist in finding and negotiating the best Seaborne dry bulk freight rates available. A decision will be make within the next couple weeks to either ship numbers 3 and 4 separately in HandyMax or combine the two shipments into a SuperMax at 58,000 WMT or a PanaMax at 70-75,000 WMT shipment.

CWRN Current Share Structure: The Company has stated that it is not currently providing any Market Awareness nor is it involved with the market in any way. The share price of the Company's stock is solely dictated by the market.

-A/S: 6 Bil -Current O/S: 4,361,635,980 Bil -Restricted: 2,056,610,879 Bil -Free Trading Float: 2,305,025,101 Bil



    Aug 8th 2011 Loreto Sailing with 2nd Bulk Iron Ore Shipment
Quote:
Due to the river draft at the Port of Jiangyin on the Yangtze River, some 750 metric tons of iron ore was removed from the MV Loreto Bulk Vessel.. Remaining ore on the dock will go out on the next shipment. Here is a site with some good pictures in and around the City and river port: The Loreto is a 45k/mt carrier, it was chosen for its width and shallow draft only 36,000 metric tons can be offloaded there, the final draft survey was 36,002 mt.
http://ports.com/china/port-of-jiangyin/photos/#/show-gallery?o=photo-0
Loreto pulled out at 6:00am PST this morning and is scheduled to arrive on Aug 27 at 18:00 hours.

Operations Update: The Company will now begin preparations of its stockpiled 1-3mm Sinter Feedstock Fines for the 3rd shipment of iron ore to China this year, anticipated sailing between the 10th and 15th of September, 2011.

CWRN Current Share Structure: The Company has stated that it is not currently providing any Market Awareness nor is it involved with the market in any way. The share price of the Company's stock is solely dictated by the market.

-A/S: 6 Bil -Current O/S: 4,361,635,980 Bil -Restricted: 2,056,610,879 Bil -Free Trading Float: 2,305,025,101 Bil

" " The loading of the vessel went very smooth requiring only one move due to scheduled container vessels. Below is the load-out break down; All shipping documents have been completed, the last document required to draw down the Domumentary Letter of Credit is the product analysis, which will require about two weeks.... Next shipment will be 1-3mm sinter feedstock fines...... Bob " "

 
June 30 2011 "Trucking for 2nd Bulk Iron Ore Shipment Underway"
Quote: ( This News did not appear on ihubs Newstream)

PanAmMex dispatched Road Runner Trucking on June 29th, 2011 for the heavy haul trucking of processed iron minerals to the Ensenada International Terminal, Baja California, Mexico on the Pacific Ocean. An anticipated load-out date of July 26, 2011 has been set with the execution of a bulk cargo vessel fixture note. The Company will be shipping two grades of raw crude iron ore and two sizes, 1-3mm fines and 3-18mm mixed fines and lump ores in five cargo vessel holds.

 
  May 26 2011 "Revenues Distributed, 2nd Bulk Shipment Close"

Quote:
the company under Irrevocable Assignment of Documentary Letter of Credit Proceeds, distributed the revenues from its first bulk shipment of iron ore under the following percentages; 60% to ongoing operations, 30% to Project Investors and 10% to Management. The Project Investors recovered approximately 75% of their cash contributions; The Ensenada International Terminal was paid approximately $320,000.00 for receiving, storage, material handling and cargo loading, $356,000.00 was paid to Road-Runner Trucking, $1,115,000.00 was paid to COSFAR Bulk Cargo Shipping, $220,000.00 was paid in royalty fees and surface rights. The Company was also able to meet its obligations to PowerScreen of California paying a balance of $975,000.00 for the crushing equipment. We would like to thank PowerScreen for their ability to provide us with over $1,500,000.00 in equipment that was paid off under settlement of DLC proceeds, without their help it would have been very difficult to secure the equipment we had specified for the production. The Company will be receiving more equipment from PowerScreen shortly.
" " " Note: Pan American Mineral Ventures, LLC. Officers, Directors, Insiders and Affiliates control over 50% of the Company's Outstanding Shares, Robert L. Cotton and Sharon Vazquez are co-managers of Pan American Mineral Ventures, LLC., State of Nevada, both are Officers and Directors of CWRN.
OTC:PK Status: CWRN is no longer a developing company and as such the non-reporting SEC status in not desirable to maintain a healthy share value for the shareholders; therefore, the Board of Directors have agreed to move on. The company will be merging into a new mining company that will be involved with several other iron ore mining projects and will be an SEC reporting company listed on the OTC:QB; this process shall take some time and will require shareholder's voting approval. A Shareholders meeting will be held, all shareholders of record will be given a 45 day written notice of the time and place of the meeting. A news release will also be issued with the Shareholders notice.

 
 

Cotton & Western Mining, Inc. Houston , Texas U.S.A
Web: http://www.cottonwestern.com
Robert L. Cotton President & C.E.O.
Office Ph: + 1 713 482 7593
Fx to e-mail: + 1 702 387 2347
V.Pres & Dir of Mining Operations PanAmerican Minerals Ventures, S.A. de C.V. Mexico
Home Ph: Ensenada Baja Mex + 52 646 173 3663
Ph: Mobile Mexico: + 52 (1) 646 121 0442 From outside Mex, inside Mex drop the 1
Ph: Mobile U.S.A. : + 1 832 692 3542
E-mail: bobcotton@cottonwestern.com OR cottonwestern@yahoo..com
Investor Relations: emilycotton@cottonwestern.com
 


 


The Coloso Vein OCT 2011
 
Getting geared up for 3rd Shipment of ORE



Full Loads of IRON on the way to the Porte of Ensenada



The Crew has their  work cut out! 

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#89813  Sticky Note Latest updates on CA case. ClarkGriswold 04/11/15 05:29:31 PM
#89600  Sticky Note 10/9/2014 Bob Cotton reply to osaffer message on nhass1 01/21/15 02:17:40 PM
#89325  Sticky Note FINAL Update on TX case. ClarkGriswold 11/11/14 09:11:46 PM
#89184  Sticky Note Latest updates on TX case. ClarkGriswold 10/17/14 05:23:52 PM
#84494  Sticky Note DISCOVER THIS - MUCH INFO AND VALIDITY THAT microcaps1 03/06/13 06:25:16 PM
#89821   yes for sure, multiple litigation , but nothing mediscience 04/16/15 12:04:15 AM
#89820   Thank you so much Clark for the good mediscience 04/15/15 11:55:48 PM
#89819   Always good to hear from you oldtimer. joev2 04/15/15 10:08:05 PM
#89818   It may be something like "MISYIA", which is oldtimer2 04/15/15 09:18:52 PM
#89817   Lol! Roofer2 04/13/15 04:43:11 PM
#89816   LOL, that proverbial fat lady (GT) might starve Sunnybank 04/13/15 08:42:32 AM
#89815   Very good questions, my friend. ClarkGriswold 04/13/15 08:39:52 AM
#89814   Thank you, sir! So, now what? Sunnybank 04/12/15 01:02:43 PM
#89813   Latest updates on CA case. ClarkGriswold 04/11/15 05:29:31 PM
#89812   IF the big producers wake up- perhaps due microcaps1 04/11/15 04:57:24 AM
#89811   China has surely been a lot smarter than microcaps1 04/11/15 04:53:47 AM
#89810   they should quantify this as a record low microcaps1 04/11/15 04:51:47 AM
#89809   Vale lost 1.44 b in a recent quarter microcaps1 04/11/15 04:50:12 AM
#89808   Iron ore price massacre continues Anvil 04/03/15 08:10:59 AM
#89807   Why Fortescue Metals' Call For A Cap On JohnCM 03/27/15 11:46:14 AM
#89806   Sub 30 RSI(14) ... alert is a week JohnCM 03/26/15 01:53:39 AM
#89805   How? As a short? surebob 03/25/15 04:51:28 PM
#89804   My portfolio agrees with you ;-) ClarkGriswold 03/24/15 11:50:02 PM
#89803   There is money to be made in this JohnCM 03/24/15 08:24:54 PM
#89802   Iron ore market is turning ever more ugly Anvil 03/24/15 10:44:57 AM
#89800   Here is our new CWRN ... MNGG JohnCM 03/16/15 01:06:23 PM
#89799   NEVER!!! All the skelatons would have to come nhass1 03/13/15 08:38:31 PM
#89798   or an evolution in a mexican case ?? mediscience 03/13/15 01:37:01 PM
#89797   maybe the end of San Diego case ? mediscience 03/13/15 11:34:24 AM
#89796   Ask at $1.00. Good news coming? Roofer2 03/12/15 06:37:35 PM
#89795   Ole Bobby took the easy route and left surebob 03/11/15 08:18:02 AM
#89794   So that's the mindset of our favorite ceos... joev2 03/10/15 11:57:54 PM
#89793   https://www.youtube.com/embed/UxVivkXUfdU?rel=0 Brilliant! JohnCM 03/10/15 11:21:06 PM
#89792   because CWRN does not have a mine. Do surebob 03/10/15 04:02:36 PM
#89791   fairminded means a partner who does not allegedly microcaps1 03/10/15 09:32:11 AM
#89790   Few of us going anywhere until the global Sunnybank 03/09/15 10:12:36 PM
#89789   That we have no news is outrageous. But keith3506 03/09/15 09:50:46 PM
#89788   Fairminded according to whom? No one in their joev2 03/09/15 04:04:52 PM
#89787   ~~~Metals and Mining~~~ JohnCM 03/09/15 12:29:21 PM
#89786   What is number 2? surebob 03/09/15 11:52:27 AM
#89785   plus Bob is -reportedly -as they have reported- surebob 03/09/15 11:47:25 AM
#89784   or for crybabies surebob 03/09/15 11:37:41 AM
#89783   its normal for China to cool down- they microcaps1 03/09/15 10:51:05 AM
#89782   sarcastic comment re the buyout offer CWRN received microcaps1 03/09/15 10:35:49 AM
#89781   now the hope would be to get a microcaps1 03/09/15 10:31:23 AM
#89780   they seem to be-why else all the non microcaps1 03/09/15 10:23:16 AM
#89779   Iron Ore Prices Sink JohnCM 03/09/15 08:44:12 AM
#89777   Not for the faint of heart! JohnCM 03/08/15 04:29:17 PM
#89776   C'mon!! This the greatest discussion board ever on IHUB! JohnCM 03/08/15 04:28:13 PM
#89775   Killing time and kicking old turds just to Sunnybank 03/08/15 01:54:51 PM
#89774   Why the renewed interest here???? getmoreshares 03/08/15 11:43:59 AM
#89773   What iron ore mines are there in Baja? surebob 03/08/15 11:32:19 AM
#89772   Iron ore at record low on China mill closures Anvil 03/08/15 08:10:24 AM
#89771   Still the greatest discussion board on IHUB of JohnCM 03/07/15 11:01:43 PM
#89770   Some might be scared to turn their clocks nhass1 03/07/15 10:39:15 PM
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