Mineral resources are the food of industry, and Hanking Mining is the first entity industry invested by Hanking Group. Since engaged in mining development in 1994, it has always implemented the "safe, harmonious, green, and intelligent" production policy, established the operation concept of "safe mines, harmonious mines, and green mines", and has now developed into a larger area in Northeast China. One of the private iron ore group production enterprises.
With the strong support of all sectors of society and its own unremitting efforts, the business scale of Hanking's mining sector has continued to expand, with more than a dozen iron ore production companies in Fushun, Benxi, Liaoyang, Hubei and other places. Hanking has an international talent team that fully masters the production technology and operation capabilities of the entire industrial chain from exploration, mining, beneficiation to smelting. The group's mining has involved iron ore, gold ore, nickel ore, cobalt ore and other minerals. Hanking has successively acquired the controlling equity of the super large laterite nickel mine project in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia and several Australian gold mine projects, completing the initial layout of international development. In September 2011, China Hanking Holdings Limited (stock code: 03788.HK) was successfully listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
At present, the non-listed part of the Hanking mining sector is controlled by Hanking Industrial Group Co., Ltd., which is divided into domestic iron ore business and Indonesian nickel-cobalt ore business. In the domestic iron ore business, there are two iron ore companies with complete mining and dressing facilities. They are one of the lower operating cost companies in the same industry in China, and they have great development potential.
Indonesia's nickel-cobalt mining business has an area of 78 square kilometers of nickel-cobalt mining rights in the Southeastern Sulawesi Province of Indonesia. It has super-large high-quality resources and is one of Indonesia's main laterite nickel mines. The "Hanking Fortune Industrial Park" established by the Hanking Group in Indonesia has six enterprises in the park. It is the first batch of alternative projects for overseas economic and trade cooperation zones approved by the State Council for investment and cooperation between China and Indonesia. It is now continuously introducing new mining Cooperative enterprises invested and constructed with smelting. During President Xi Jinping's visit to Indonesia in October 2013, he and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Susilo Bambang attended and witnessed the cooperation signing ceremony of 21 Chinese-funded Indonesian industrial parks (including Hanking Fortune Industrial Park). The mining sector is one of Hanking’s core industries. The basic strategy of the group’s future mining development is mainly iron ore and nickel, while taking into account precious metals (gold, silver, etc.) and minerals related to battery precursor raw materials (cobalt, graphite, and lithium). Mines, etc.), and achieve the purpose of development and growth through mergers and acquisitions integration, cooperative equity participation and other methods.