L&L Energy Announces 2012 Investor Site Visit in China
SEATTLE, June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — L & L Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: “LLEN”) (“L&L” or “Company”), a Seattle-based company with five-years of profitable coal operations in China, announced that it has scheduled its annual China on-site visit for investors and analysts on Friday August 10, 2012.
The August visit will provide investors with the opportunity to see L&L’s upgraded mining portfolio, including its Weishe mine. Investors will meet at L&L’s Guizhou headquarters in Guiyang, China and also tour L&L’s Shin PingBa rail loading station and DaXing wholesale facilities. Senior executives and U.S. trained, bi-lingual managers from L&L’s China team will facilitate the tour, answering questions on L&L’s growing mining & wholesale operations in China.
The visit will start on August 10, 2012 and may continue into August 11, subject to adjustments based on investor availability and interest. Interested parties should contact RedChip Companies at 1-800-733-2447, or Sean Morishige in L&L’s Seattle office at (206) 264-8065.
“We started this annual investor visit in China to provide transparency and an opportunity for investors to witness L&L’s operations and competitiveness in the industry firsthand,” stated Dickson Lee, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer. Lee also said, “We look forward to interacting with our investors during this trip and listening to their comments on how we can improve our operations.”
L&L was incorporated in 1995 by the Company’s Chairman and CEO. The Company has grown from a single employee to more than a thousand over the past 17 years. L&L has entered an expansion phase, seeking to consolidate mines in China and expand its sphere of business operations. Using its U.S.-style quality assurance processes, the Company is upgrading its mining portfolio and expanding its distribution network for strategic revenue growth.
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