Great Northern Iron Ore Properties (NYSE:GNI)

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Non-Energy Minerals

Company Description

Great Northern Iron Ore Properties is a conventional non-voting trust, The primary purposes of the trust are to lease its mineral interests on the Mesabi Iron Range in northeastern Minnesota to the major steel and taconite producers, collect royalties from the extraction of taconite ore by the producers, and provide a return to certificate holders, while at the same time balancing the interests of the certificate holders with those of the reversioner. The company was founded on December 7, 1906 and is headquartered in St. Paul, MN.

Contact Information

Great Northern Iron Ore Properties
W-1290 1st National Bank Building
St. Paul Minnesota 55101-1361
P:(651) 224-2385
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Other institutional1.12%
Mutual fund holders0.33%
Individual stakeholders--

Top Executives

Joseph S. MicallefChairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
Thomas A. JanochoskiChief Financial Officer, Secretary & VP
Roger P. JohnsonChief Engineer & Mines Manager

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