In 2005, NSMC was approached to review the port limitations of Brazil and were actively pursuing port developments for Malaysia iron ore mines. It was clearly determined that there would be a shortfall of iron ore in the market beginning approximately in 2007 and Brazil would not be able to increase its production to meet those levels. A friend of the mine owner who was an executive at Boeing had just returned from a trip to Mexico and mentioned that the iron ore mines in Mexico would like for NSMC to invest in their development, which NSMC actively pursued and started development of the infrastructure. Having acquired 8 mag n e t i t e mines with 80% ownership under joint development with an additional 8 mines on standby, each mine has the capacity of delivering 500, 000 MT/month. NSMC has available additional crushers positioned for a rapid placement within any of the mines to allow them to control the specific quantity for mixing large volumes of ore seeing as each mine has different specification. It was pointless to acquire mines unless there was the means upon which to ship the ore. NSMC has worked closely with the government of Mexico to develop four ports, which would facilitate the means to ship over 20, 000, 000 MT/month. They have also set up mixing areas that would allow them to blend the ore to meet exact specification requirements from any buyer. In addition, NSMC has acquired the means to process the ore into any of the three normal usages of iron ore, known as sinter feed fines, lump and pellet. Since most buyers have issues regarding the proof of product, we have provided the following photos and test results from parts of the operations. Please note that we have not disclosed all of the operations and will not do so until the client has met its fiduciary responsibility under contract. Once the client meets their fiduciary obligation under the contract, NSMC will personally provide full site visits and allow samples without hesitation.