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Mount Gibson Iron Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in producing and exporting iron ore products. The Company operates through two segments: Mid-West and Koolan Island. The Mid-West segment includes the mining, crushing, transportation and sale of iron ore from the Shine iron ore deposits and the port facilities at Geraldton Port. The Koolan Island segment includes the mining, crushing and sale of iron ore direct from the Koolan Island iron ore operation. The Shine Iron Ore Project (SIOP) is located approximately 85 kilometers (kms) north of the Company’s Extension Hill operation and approximately 375 kms northeast of Perth in the Mid-West region of Western Australia. Its Koolan Island operation is located in the Buccaneer Archipelago approximately 140 km north of Derby, in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The Company’s subsidiaries include Mount Gibson Mining Limited, Geraldton Bulk Handling Pty Ltd, Gibson Minerals Ltd and Aztec Resources Limited.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)266.63m
  • Net income in AUD-101.16m
  • Incorporated1938
  • Employees337.00
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