The company said it's an old entity that isn't in use anymore.
The number of listings on China's most prominent marketplace apps has increased in the last month and a half.
BIT Mining expects to deliver another two batches of machines by the start of July.
"Compared to the amount of miners that get shipped regularly, it's just a small batch," a mining source told CoinDesk.
The Sichuan government has joined other Chinese provinces in ordering local bitcoin mining operations to shut down pending an inspection.
A report by Forkast News appears to have been incorrect, a number of mining sources tell CoinDesk.
The coming ban follows similar actions in Qinghai, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia.
The government's "special enforcement period" stems from a new crypto-related law that took effect this year.
Hong Kong-based crypto exchange CEO Global said Saturday one of its founders has been taken away by the authorities.
Chinese police are stepping up efforts in cracking down on illegal economic activities, which now leads to crypto over-the-counter (OTC) traders being detained to assist investigations.