Kim Son Minerals Investment Joint Stock Company (KimSon Minerals) is a unit specializing in exploiting, producing and supplying Vietnamese and international markets of natural stone products, especially paving white marble, fine Super fine CaCO3 rock and turmeric originated from Luc Yen district, Yen Bai province.
The source of white marble is exploited by Kim Son Minerals in the area of Vinh Lac quarry, Vinh Lac commune, Luc Yen district, Yen Bai province. This is a quarries with good quality, high monolithic, pure white stone, white gray, white pink, pale green, meeting standards for producing block stone, paving stone and fine stone. , Super-fine CaCO3 pulverizing and export turning gravel.

KimSon Minerals has always trained and used a team of experts with many years of experience in the field of designing, operating, exploiting and manufacturing white marble from Italy and modern equipment according to international standards. Therefore, KimSon Minerals products will always be the best and most reputable natural stone products to serve the domestic market as well as in accordance with international standards and requirements.
To do that, KimSon Minerals always invests in the foundation of modern machinery, skilled technical workers, design engineers, operating operators from Italy. Especially, exploiting the potential from the white marble quarry in Vinh Lac commune, the total area of ​​40 ha, the marble quarry exploitation volume is 1,505,000 m3; marble for making CaCO3 powder is 12,422,000 tons, reserves of natural resources of over 10 million m3 are evaluated with very good scale and quality in Luc Yen district, Yen Bai province.
KimSon Minerals strives and develops every day to bring into full play its potential, expand its scale, bring the brand name and quality of white marble to the international standard in the most standard way.

Vinh Lac stone mine:

  • Total area: 40 ha
  • Reserve of reserve resources: over 10 million m3
  • Reserves of paving stones and blocks: 2,500,000,000 m3
  • Marble reserves of CaCO3 powder: 12,422,000 tons