Iron Ore Mining

Vale  Iron Ore Mining

Vale is the world’s biggest producer of iron ore and pellets, raw materials essential to the manufacture of steel. Its mines are concentrated in Brazil, where they also operate pelletizing plants. In addition, they have two pelletizing plants in Oman and stakes in joint ventures in China that produce pellets (small lumps of iron particles).

Mount Gibson Iron Ore Mining

Mount Gibson Iron Limited (ASX Code: MGX) is one of Australia’s leading independent producers of high quality direct shipping grade iron ore products, with three operating mines and established port and rail transport solutions throughout Western Australia. Australia is one of the world’s major iron ore producers. Iron ore is mined mainly from secondary enrichments of banded iron formations and channel iron deposits predominantly in Western Australia. Australia has some of the largest iron ore deposits of their type and it has a significant share of the world’s Economic Demonstrated Resources (EDR) of iron ore.

Kumba Iron Ore Mining

Kumba obtains its iron ore from mining the valuable iron ore bodies within its various mining leases. Mining is presently done by open pit (open cast) methods. Kumba sells iron ore domestically and internationally. Export customers are in a range of geographical locations around the globe including China, Japan, South Korea and countries in Europe and the Middle East. Kumba sells its ore domestically to AMSA.

Atlas Iron Ore Mining

Atlas is an independent Australian iron ore company, mining and exporting Direct Shipping Ore (DSO) from its operations in the Northern Pilbara region of Western Australia. Since listing on the ASX in late 2004, Atlas has grown rapidly as an iron ore mining and exploration company.

Rio Tinto Iron Ore Mining

Rio Tinto is a leading global mining and metals company. This Iron Ore mining Co focus is on finding, mining and processing the Earth's mineral resources in order to maximise value for our shareholders. They have the people, capabilities and resources to supply a world hungry for metals and minerals. Construction, communication, recreation, transport, healthcare and renewable energy: all these industries, and many more, rely on the products we supply.

Bell Island Iron Ore Mining

Bell Island is located in Conception Bay, on the northern part of the Avalon Peninsula. The island is about 9 km long by 3 km. wide, and is serviced by a year-round car and passenger ferry across "The Tickle" (the body of water between the island and the community of Portugal Cove). As with many places in Newfoundland, the first settlers on Bell Island lived primarily by fishing and farming. Farming was particularly important, owing to the island's unusually rich topsoil. Throughout the nineteenth century, the seal hunt drew large numbers of men from Bell Island and all around Conception Bay. The Pitt family opened a brickyard on Bell Island in 1848, and the Rees family operated a shipyard on the island, in Lance Cove, for a period during the 1800s

Fortescue Iron Ore Mining

in less than a decade, Fortescue has gone from strength to strength through its unparalleled growth. Listed in the S&P/ASX50 share index, Fortescue has firmly established itself as one of the world's leaders in iron ore production and sea-borne trading. Fortescue's tenements are located throughout the resource rich Pilbara region of Western Australia and in such close proximity to the world's major markets of China and Asia, making the Pilbara widely regarded as the world's best address for iron ore. Fortescue has achieved these goals through engagement and support from key stakeholders including our people, local communities including traditional land owners, governments, suppliers, customers, non-government organisation and the financial markets.

Marampa Iron Ore Mining

This Iron Ore mining Co started production at Marampa mine in December 2011 and achieved its target of over 1.6Mwmt of high quality iron ore in 2012. they doubled production and export volumes in the first six months of 2013 and expanded production capacity to 5.4Mwmt/a by the end of 2013. In September 2013 we completed work on a feasibility study for the life of mine operation at Marampa. The study showed Marampa could be further expanded to 6.5Mwmt/a and mine life extended to over 40 years for a capital cost of around USD 300 million.

CITIC Iron Ore Mining

CITIC Pacific is constructing the Sino Iron Project, which once built will be the world's largest magnetite iron ore mine. The project is located at Cape Preston 100 kilometres southwest of Karratha in Western Australia's Pilbara region and is being developed by CITIC Pacific Mining ("CPM"), an Australian subsidiary of CITIC Pacific. The iron ore concentrate produced thus far is of high commercial quality and will be used initially by CITIC Pacific's special steel plants. Ore will also be sold to other steel producers in China once production volume increases.

Labrador Iron Ore Mining

Labrador Iron Mines is a leader in the reactivation of the iron ore industry in the Schefferville/Menihek region, engaged in the mining, exploration and development of its portfolio of 20 direct shipping (DSO) deposits located in the prolific Labrador Trough. Initial production commenced at the James Mine and Silver Yards plant in June 2011 and through to the end of its third operating year, the Company has sold 3.5 million dry tonnes (approximately 3.6 million wet tonnes) in 23 shipments of iron ore into the Chinese spot market.