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Keystone Industries has a wide range of coal interests spanning from coal exploration and mining interests in West Virginia, United State and Colombia, to coal marketing and transport infrastructure. Keystone Industries, LLC was incorporated in 1995 and is based in Fort Myers, Florida. It has additional offices in Montreal, Canada; and Seoul, Korea.
Keytone Industries coal interests include:
- The Keystone Coal Terminal in Jacksonville, Florida which would import coal from Colombia;
- the Keystone Terminal Ironton in Ohio;
- Keystone Mineria with a range of coal exploration interests in Colombia, South America. The company states that "production is scheduled for early 2011";
- Keystone Development which has operating coal mines in Kanawha County, West Virginia;
- Keystone Coal Canada in Montreal, Quebec supplies coal and petcocke to its customers in Canada";
- Keystone Coal Korea in Seoul, Korea which "markets coal to customers like Korean Electric Power Company, and Pohang Steel Company.
- Keystone Coal China which "has a multi-year contract with Shenhua Coal which supplies Keystone with sized coal used in the European home heating market";
- Keystone Stacom in Bulgaria which "provides for movement of steam coal and metallurgical coal into European markets."
Hoovers reports that the parent company has 25 employees.
- Tom Scholl, is the owner , managing member and the President of the company;
Corporationwiki lists officers of the company as being:
1375 Jackson Street
Fort Myers, Florida, USA 33901
Articles and resources
- Mark Szakonyi, "Keystone preparing to import South American coal to Jacksonville," Jacksonville Business Journal, January 23, 2009.
- Keystone Industries, "Keystone Industries meets industrial and domestic demands for high quality coal around the world", Keystone Industries website, accessed February 2011.
- "Keystone Industries", Hoovers, accessed February 2011.
- 'Keystone Industries, LLC", Corporationwiki, accessed February 2011.
Related GEM.wiki articles
- Adam Bruns, "Terminal Marks New Beginning Keystone Coal goes from ‘slow take’ to ramp-up in Jacksonville", Site Selection, Vol. 2, Issue 09, December 2010.