AMIGO AUSTRALASIA PTY. LTD.
ESTABLISH A PRESENCE IN MONGOLIA!
A.G.A.R.S.S. Pty. Ltd. is proud to announce that
through its associate company, AMIGO Australasia Pty. Ltd., it now has representation in
Mongolia. AMIGO has entered into an agreement with Centrasian Consultant Services
Co. Ltd. (CCS) based in Ulaanbaatar whereby CCS will act as representatives of the AMIGO
group of companies and provide the group with industry intelligence from Mongolia and
other neighbouring Central Asian countries, local logistical and technical support within
Mongolia and will promote the services of the group within Central Asia as a whole.
The AMIGO group comprises three associated companies; AGARSS, providing geological,
mineral exploration and remote sensing services; Geochemex, providing geological and
geochemical services; and Martinick McNulty Pty. Ltd. who provide environmental and water
resource consultancy services. The groups combined services are complimentary and
overlap only slightly creating considerable synergy for the group when applied to large
projects. For more details on the AMIGO group, visit their website at http://www.amigoaust.com .
In Mongolia, CCS comprises two dynamic individuals, Australian surveyor Doug McGay and
Mongolian geologist N. Bayarsaikhan. The company is unique in that it combines
Bayar's extensinve local geological and resource industry knowledge and contacts with
Doug's western background and international experience and contacts.
Bayar was educated in Mongolia, Russia and the U.S.A. and has worked in both oil and
mineral sectors of the resource industry in Mongolia both in private enterprise and with
the Mongolian Government. Doug has 28 years of experience in the resources industry
both within Australia and SE and Central Asia and brings to the partnership a wealth of
international contacts and knowledge of data information systems tailored to the resources
CCS also employs local Russian/English speaking geologist, each of whom would be
available to support any of the AMIGO Groups activities within Central Asia.
Furthermore, CCS and AMIGO plan to work together to assimilate, digitise and render into a
useful interrogateable form, a very large geological and geochemical database for
Mongolia. It is hoped that this a sponsor can be found to underwrite the cost of
developing this databasewhich will be ultimately be available for general sale, after a
suitable period of exclusivity advantage for the underwriter has lapsed. For further
information on the nature and scope of this project and sponsorship possibilities email AMIGO or CCS.