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About Coronado Global Resources

Coronado Global Resources (ASX:CRN) is an international producer of high-quality metallurgical coal. The company provides an element in the production of steel. It was founded in 2011 and is based in Brisbane, Queensland.

Headquarters Location

100 Bill Baker Way

Beckley, West Virginia, 25801,

United States




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Here's an ASX dividend stock under $10 to buy for monthly passive income

Jan 26, 2024

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Coronado Global Resources Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Coronado Global Resources founded?

    Coronado Global Resources was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Coronado Global Resources's headquarters?

    Coronado Global Resources's headquarters is located at 100 Bill Baker Way, Beckley.

  • What is Coronado Global Resources's latest funding round?

    Coronado Global Resources's latest funding round is PIPE.

  • How much did Coronado Global Resources raise?

    Coronado Global Resources raised a total of $216.9M.

  • Who are the investors of Coronado Global Resources?

    Investors of Coronado Global Resources include Seven Global Investments and The Energy & Minerals Group.



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