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MAK Corporation is a company with interests in coal, metals and construction materials mines as well as tourism and aviation interests in Mongolia.
The company has interests in several coal mines and projects including the:
- Eldev coal mine, a 500,000 tonnes per annum coal mine which has been developed by the MAK Corporation. The mine is located 330 kilometres southeast of Ulaanbaatar city, 40 km southeast of Choir railway station and 21 km east of Olon Ovoot station (Trans Mongolian railway); and;
- Nariin Sukhait mine a 3 million tons per annum coal mine which began production in May 2008. The company proposes that the mine increase production to 5-8 million tons per annum upon completion of a railway to faciltate export sales.