Why invest in Strandline?

Capitalising on the growing heavy mineral sands market

Strandline is an emerging heavy mineral sands developer with a growing portfolio of 100%-owned development assets located in Western Australia and within the world’s major zircon and titanium producing corridor in South East Africa. Strandline’s strategy is to develop and operate quality, high margin, expandable mining assets with market differentiation and global relevance. 

Investment Rationale– an emerging mineral sands powerhouse 

Right commodity-Right time

  • Products in high demand, reducing global supply, increasing prices and strong long-term fundamentals

Right place

  • Geographically diverse across the two largest HMS producing regions Australia and Africa - Mature mining jurisdictions

Right Company-Right people

  • Clear multi-pronged strategy to deliver shareholder value
  • Globally significant Zircon + Titanium JORC Mineral Resources
  • Two development-ready projects with potential for strong near-term cash flow and a multi-decade production profile

Highly experienced Board and Management

Project Pipeline with Geographic Diversity, Project Optionality & Scalability

  • Assets in the two largest HMS producing jurisdictions - Africa and Australia
  • Tanzania: Pipeline of emerging projects across a dominant tenure position
  • Australia: World-scale project in WA, zircon rich, approvals in place, revised DFS underway
  • Globally significant in-situ valuable HM from current JORC resources1:
    • Zircon (3.1Mt)
    • Rutile-Leucoxene (1.8Mt)
    • Ilmenite (9.3Mt)
  • Over 20 years of production defined already: Coburn +19 years and Fungoni 6-7 years
  • Product quality advantage at Fungoni and Coburn.

Rising Mineral sands Market: New supply is required

  • Increasing demand driven by urbanisation, global growth and extensive array of applications
  • Supply being restricted by mine closures, declining grades and depleting stockpiles
  • New projects required to meet future demand
  • Strong long-term market fundamentals

     

 Figure 1: Zircon Supply and Demand Forecast - New projects are required to meet global demand