CD International Enterprises Inc (OTCMKTS:CDII) is one again in a range where Investors are accumulating. The stock may be down from recent $0.07 highs but it is trading a lot and has established itself as a consistent volume leader on the bb’s in recent weeks.
CDII recently made a spectacular move up off $0.002 lows after they announced a Purchase Order of 240,000 Tons of Copper Concentrate, Valued at Approximately $350 Million, over the next 24 Months.
CD International Enterprises Inc (OTCMKTS:CDII) sources and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas and provides business and management corporate consulting services according to their website.
The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary CDII Minerals, Inc. serves as its commodities trading division. CDII Minerals sources, aggregates, and distributes three main products: iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for companies located throughout the People’s Republic of China.
The scope of CDII Minerals’ services include: purchasing, financing, logistics, quality control, in addition to conducting comprehensive legal, financial, and technical due diligence on suppliers.
CDII wholly owned subsidiary, International Magnesium Group, owns and operates one of the leading producers of magnesium in the world. International Magnesium Group sources its magnesium from six production facilities in the People’s Republic of China, with a combined annual production and distribution capacity of approximately 80,000 metric tons of magnesium ingots and 10,000 metric tons of magnesium powder.
CDII also sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for companies located throughout the People’s Republic of China through their wholly owned subsidiary CDII Minerals. The scope of CDII Minerals’ services include: purchasing, financing, logistics, quality control, in addition to conducting comprehensive legal, financial, and technical due diligence on suppliers.
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On December 2 CDII announced Capital Resources Management Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of CD International, has received a purchase order of copper concentrate for 240,000 tons over 24 months.
Per the purchase order, CD International will source 10,000 tons of copper concentrate per month over a period of 24 months. With today’s spot price of copper, the purchase order has a value at approximately $350 million. Management plans to source copper concentrate in Chile and Peru and expects to start delivery in 2016. In order to finance the transaction, we will use a transferable Letter of Credit issued by our buyer and transfer a portion of the Letter of Credit to our supplier to complete the transaction. The transaction will not need any extra financing.
CEO Dr. James Wang said “we are very excited with this purchase order. We have delivered copper concentrate from Chile and Bolivia to China in the past several years. In order to fulfill a niche market and facilitate smooth transactions, we have been working very hard in the past several years to strategically place ourselves between our suppliers in South America and our buyers in China. We believe a successful completion of this transaction will fundamentally change our company’s future for years to come.”
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Currently CDII has minimal assets or revenues and significant debt with $7 million plus in accounts payable which will continue to leed to dilution. But CDII is one exciting story in small caps; they recently announced a $350 Million Purchase Order. Epic News indeed and it propelled CDII to spectacular moves in a very short time before the predictable collapse. Now that CDII is back below $0.005 Investors are giving it another look. We will be updating on CDII as events unfold so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what is going on with CDII.
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