Produits Artistiques de Métaux Précieux, PAMP S.A., was founded in 1977 in Chiasso, Switzerland. It operates one of the world's largest and most modern refineries. This high technology refinery, which meets the strictest Swiss environmental requirements, provides a vertically integrated service in precious metals from pick-up of doré at the mine, through assaying, hedging and delivery of bars throughout the world.
PAMP produces the largest selection of bullion bars in the world, and offers a full range from 12.5 kilogram large bars to 1 gram bars. In particular, PAMP dominates the world market for gold bars weighing less than 50 grams, including the distinctive Fortuna which did much to widen the vogue for small ingots. PAMP bars are acceptable as good delivery by the Swiss National Bank, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), COMEX in New York and TOCOM in Tokyo. PAMP is affiliated to MKS Finance SA. http://mks.ch
Public Gold (PG)
Public Gold is the brandname of Public Fine Gold International Sdn Bhd ("PFGI"). PFGI was set up with the intention to buy and sell physical Public Gold bar and coin at international market gold price.
Minted in 999.9 to a thousand parts pure gold, the Public Gold offers a stable store of value with potential for capital appreciation over time. And most importantly, this gold coin is tradable at the market.
Logam Mulia (LM)
Logam Mulia fine gold and silver products are in accordance with international standard purity 999.9 of gold and 999.5 of silver respectively. Logam Mulia provides gold bars in various weight such as 25, 50, 100 and 1,000 grams to meet customers need for different purposes. As a reference, Logam Mulia products have been included in The Industry Catalogue of Gold Bars Worldwide, 1998, a catalogue that publishes the standerd fine gold produced by refiners all over the word.
Most of Logam Mulia's kilo bars have been exported to South East Asia, Australia and Europe since 1992. Beside Gold Bars, Logam Mulia also produce granule in 1 kgs, 5 kgs and 10 kgs plastic bag 999.5 fineness. The consistent technical ability required for a refinery to maintain the quality of its bars means that achieving international acceptability is relatively difficult and in the worlwide there are only around sixty refineries have their bars accepted as good delivery by the London Bullion Market Association, including Logam Mulia.