American Resources Corporation’s roots date back to 2006 when the founding partners successfully restructured a mining complex of 7 mines and a wash plant located in Floyd County, Kentucky. Since then, management has utilized their operating philosophy focused on safety, efficiency, cost, and quality to acquire and restructure operating complexes in the eastern United States in both positive and challenging operating conditions.
"With over 12 years of experience in successfully operating carbon assets throughout all stages of market cycles, we have built a platform focused on our customers, investors and employees to deliver accretive growth safely and efficiently"
mark j. laverghetta
vice president of corporate finance & communications
Through the acquisition of Deane Mining, ICG Knott County (later renamed Knott County Coal), and McCoy Elkhorn Coal, American Resources currently operates both metallurgical complexes in eastern Kentucky. With a large number of low-holding cost permits that access metallurgical carbon, PCI and industrial product the Company is executing on its organic growth plan while continuing to identify accretive acquisition targets that meets American Resources’ low-cost, efficient model.
American Resources has been executing on a business model of efficiency and growth since its inception.