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Mongolian-Chinese Joint Venture “Qinghua-MAK-Naryn Sukhait” Ltd was founded in August 2002 with equal shareholding by Mongolyn Alt Corporation, Mongolia and Qinghua Group of Inner Mongolia, China. The coal export from the JV started in April 2003.

Location: Open pit mine of the JV is located in the territory of Omnogovi aimag, in 34 km south of Gurvantes, 296 km west of Dalanzadgad town, 849 km southwest of Ulaanbaatar city

Coal resources/production:

The JV holds mining license with coal resources of 28.6 million tons estimated under the Mongolian reporting category B and C from surface to 250 meters. The coal mine has the capacity to produce 2 million TPA coal. It applies high efficiency mining machines such as Caterpillar, Komatsu and Hitachi.

Awards and recognition:

TOP-100 National Companies by the Government of Mongolia and the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry during 2007 and 2009, Best Investor Company in 2005 and Responsible Tax Payer in 2008 and 2009.

Investment and Accomplishments of the JV:

-96 km power transmission line completed between Ceke border – Naryn Sukhait property (35/10kV), Naryn Sukhait – Ovoot (10/0.4kV) and Naryn Sukhait – Gurvantes village (10/0.4kV) in 2007.

-Power transmission line brought by the JV becomes electricity source for neighboring Noyon and Sevrei soums.

-55 km paved road is commissioned between Shiveekhuren border to Naryn Sukhait property in 2010.

-New “Youth Sports and Cultural Center” was commissioned in Gurvantes village in 2009.

Corporate Social Responsibility:

Various activities and programs are organized regularly under the company’s social responsibility policy for the purpose of supporting sustainable development of the local community and contribute to education, health and cultural development. These include scholarship for students, support local households and herders who suffer livestock loss and are in below living standard. Every year, the JV sponsors the Camel Herders Festival in Gurvantes village.
Environmental protection plan is developed in connection with the mining plan on an annual basis. At present, 10,000 trees were planted in Gobi region under the Green Wall program.