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Kingtop Resources Limited

Kingtop Resources Limited is a trading company mainly focusing on Bauxite, Silica sand and river & marine sand. The resources mostly come from Malaysia and they will be exported to the Greater Bay Area and cities in One Belt One Road. Our company has deep connection with the upstream mine companies and the downstream processing factories in order to provide the best product to our customers. 


Silica sand, bauxite, and river & marine sand are three naturally occurring materials widely used in various industries due to their unique properties and chemical composition.



Bauxite is the primary ore of aluminium and consists mostly of the aluminium minerals gibbsite, boehmite, and diaspore. The aluminum produced from bauxite is lightweight and highly resistant to corrosion, which makes it ideal for use in the aerospace industry for aircraft components, in the automotive industry for vehicle parts, and in construction for window frames and other building materials. Bauxite is also used in the production of refractory materials, abrasives, and cement.


Silica sand

Silica sand is renowned for its high melting point and resistance to most acids. It is a key ingredient in the manufacture of glass and ceramics, where it provides the necessary silicon content and ensures structural integrity. In the technology sector, high-purity silica sand is crucial for the production of silicon chips used in computers and smartphones. Additionally, due to its hardness and uniform particle size, it is used in the foundry industry for casting metals and in the production of construction materials such as concrete and mortar.


River & Marine sand

River & marine sand are gathered from freshwater and marine environments, respectively. They are commonly used in construction due to their grain size and composition, which make them suitable for concrete production, land reclamation, and as a base material for infrastructure like roads and bridges. Marine sand is also used in beach nourishment projects to combat coastal erosion. Due to the salt content, marine sand often requires washing before being used in construction to prevent metal corrosion and ensure the longevity of the structures.

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