Siberia | Materials, extraction

Langfeld to build $200m mine in Kemerovo region

15 Jul '09
South Korean company Langfeld Enterprises Ltd intends to invest $200m building a mine in Kemerovo region.

Under plans, the new mine is to be built instead of a closed and inactive Lapichevskaya mine. Earlier Langfeld Enterprises Ltd had purchased 70% in Mine Lapichvskaya, Kommersant said.

The mine’s projected annual capacity is 2.5 million tons a year.

The mine is scheduled to be put into commission by 2012.
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