Emerging mineral sands developer - Australia and Tanzania
High unit value Titanium and Zircon products
Mineral Sands favourable long term demand
Multi-tiered growth orientated strategies
Execute well and generate shareholder value
Sustainability focused - environment - health and safety
- diversity - risk management - stakeholder relations
High Performance, integrity, innovation and delivery excellence
Coburn Mineral Sands Project
Tanzanian Mineral Sands Projects
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Our Vision

Strandline Resources is an Australian Stock Exchange listed company (ASX : STA) that is focused on mineral exploration and project development in Australia and Tanzania

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  • Coburn Mineral Sands Project, WA - construction commenced, key approvals in place
  • FID decision made for Coburn to proceed with full development
  • 100% of Coburn's production is now covered providing revenue certainty
  • Fungoni - construction-ready mineral sands project, Tanzania
  • Combined DFS NPV of +A$774m and annual EBITDA of +A$130 million
  • Experienced Board and Management
  • Tight mineral sands supply-demand fundamentals
  • Compelling growth strategy to deliver shareholder wealth

Our Projects

Coburn Mineral Sands Project,
Western Australia, Gascoyne-Mid West

Construction phase started. Large Zircon-rich mineral sands deposit. Fully permitted, significant engineering development work and completion of positive and robust Definitive Feasibility Study.

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Fungoni Mineral Sands Project
Dar es Salaam, central Tanzania

Project Financing Phase. Company’s most advanced Tanzanian based project currently in a definitive level study phase.

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Tajiri Mineral Sands Project
Tanga, northern Tanzania

Feasibility Study Phase. Tajiri's rich titanium-dominated resource and low-cost operation underpins Strandline's long-term production outlook in Tanzania.

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