ASEAMCO is an independent geological and mining engineering consultancy providing services to mining and exploration companies, financial institutions, investors, and commodity buyers.
These services cover the full range of resource planning from the design of drilling programs right through to detailed feasibility studies, JORC reports and mine valuations. These services are provided in Australia, South East Asia and around the world for coal, metals and non-metals mining projects.
ASEAMCO has built a reputation on providing superior solutions to mining projects. These solutions are achieved by a combination of long industry experience coupled with unique insights into value enhancement.
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ASEAMCO staff have provided technical expertise to banks, mining companies and investment companies in the areas of:
ASEAMCO staff have both the technical knowledge and experience to add significant value to our clients’ projects. ASEAMCO has wide experience in the evaluation and planning of coal, metalliferous and non-metal mining projects.
Mining engineering consultancy
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