|Paluzawa Coal Mine|
|Tun Thwin Mining utilizes the advanced technology to minimize long-term environmental impact and facilitate environmental rehabilitation, when extracting high calorific coal from the Kalewa Basin.|
|Tun Thwin Mining operates a major coal mine which covers an area of 4500 acres in the Kalewa area, approximately 200 miles North West of Mandalay.|
|Producing more than 100,000 tons of coal per year, Tun Thwin Mining is a primary contributors to the economic success of Kalewa and Sagaing Kalewa.|
|Through the use of state of the art technology, Tun Thwin has secured itself a reputation as a leader in the coal industry of Myanmar.|
|Name||: Paluzawa (pronounced Pa-Lu-Za-Wa)|
|Location||: Kalewa, Sagaing Region (North West of Myanmar)|
|Mine Area||: 4500 acre (18.22 sq km) -|
|Type of Coal||: sub-bituminous to bituminous|
|Type of Mining||: Open-cut and underground|
|Ore Reserve||: 100 million tons (estimated)|
Location: Phalen Township, Hakha Ragion, Chin State.
Chromium content (22% to 30%)
Location: Patle Inn Village, Madaya Township, Mandalay Division.
Marble Quality: Pure White Fine Grain.
- Domestic & International.
- Price of imported marble is higher than that of neighboring countries.
- Domestic demand has increased substantially due to the recent construction boom in the country.