Pan Asia Metals Limited (ASX:PAM)

Paul Lock
Executive Chairman & MD
Market Cap (AUD): 36.83M
Sector: Materials
Last Trade (AUD): 0.48 -0.02 (-4%)
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1. About

Pan Asia Metals Limited (ASX:PAM) or 'Pan Asia' is a Singapore registered SE Asian focused specialty metals exploration and development company focused on the exploration and development of specialty and base metal projects in South East Asia. Pan Asia’s staff have experience in Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar.

Pan Asia holds 100% of the Reung Kiet Lithium Project, the Bang Now Lithium Project, and the Khao Soon Tungsten Project, all located in the Southern Thai part of the South East Asian tin-tungsten belt, a key focus area of Pan Asia. Pan Asia also owns 100% of the Minter Tungsten Project, located in the central Lachlan Fold Belt, in the state of NSW, Australia.

Pan Asia is focused on identifying assets and opportunities which have the potential to operate in the first tercile of the cost curve.  Pan Asia has a preference for opportunities which will allow it to participate in downstream activities such as specialty metals processing and value adding. To achieve this Pan Asia focuses on opportunities which are strategic in nature, strategic by grade, size, potential value, position on the cost curve and proximity to infrastructure and markets.

Pan Asia takes a long term view. Good assets are difficult to secure and they are in high demand, therefore they have current and long term strategic value. Pan Asia wants to take advantage of this strategic value to build a company offering more than mine gate sales, this is the essence of Pan Asia.

Pan Asia is equipped with an experienced management team of mineral explorers and developers with proven capabilities. Pan Asia is focused on building a Mineral Reserve which will position it to participate in downstream opportunities. Pan Asia will do this through the exploration and acquisition of assets in South East Asia, a geography Pan Asia knows and understands well.

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