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About Coeur Mining

Coeur Mining is the largest U.S.-based silver producer and a significant gold producer with five precious metals mines in the Americas employing approximately 2,100 people. Coeur produces from its wholly owned operations: the Palmarejo silver-gold mine in Mexico, the San Bartolomé silver mine in Bolivia, the Rochester silver-gold mine in Nevada, the Kensington gold mine in Alaska, and the Wharf gold mine in South Dakota. The Company also has a non-operating interest in the Endeavor mine in Australia in addition to royalties on the Cerro Bayo mine in Chile, the El Gallo complex in Mexico, the Zaruma mine in Ecuador, and the Correnso mine in New Zealand. In addition, the Company has two silver-gold feasibility stage projects - the La Preciosa project in Mexico and the Joaquin project in Argentina. The Company also conducts ongoing exploration activities in Alaska, Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, and Nevada. The Company owns strategic investment positions in several silver and gold development companies with projects in North and South America.

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Vision & Mission


Coeur’s vision is to create the leading, sustainable, innovative and value-driven precious metals company.


To produce and protect value for stakeholders through operating consistently, delivering high-return growth and increasing reserves and resources per share; we rely on the fundamentals of leadership, safety and social responsibility to achieve our organization’s potential.  

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​Coeur News

Award Recognition for our Safety Culture at Rochester

September 28, 2015

by Rich Wagner, Safety Manager, Coeur Rochester - When we talk about building a safety culture at Coeur Rochester, we know that it is not just a process of establishing a sound framework for safety and then assuming it will be followed. Building a culture around something like safety requires instilling a commitment to achieving continual improvement throughout the organization. We have to ask ourselves more than: "Are we following the framework or policies in place and did we do a good job?" We need to ask: "How could we do it better? How can we improve our safety practices even more?" Engaging in a true safety culture touches everything we do—from our day-to-day tasks to implementing new technologies to our management's focus and every other aspect of our work. We know that being open to new ideas and new ways of doing things as part of a disciplined approach is the best way to ensure that workforce risks are reduced. Doing so requires moving beyond what might be called "old school roadblocks" that can stand in the way of safety innovation.

Elko Daily Free Press: BLM seeks comments on Coeur Rochester Mine expansion

September 21, 2015

WINNEMUCCA — Predominantly employees and contractors of the Coeur Rochester Mine were the attendees of two public meetings concerning the mine’s proposed expansion. The Bureau of Land Management hosted the first meeting at the Winnemucca Convention Center Wednesday, Sept. 16, and the second the next day in Lovelock, to seek public comment on the draft environmental impact statement for the Coeur Rochester Mine proposed expansion.

Mining Global: 25 mining companies you should follow on social media

September 10, 2015

As social media continues to overtake traditional media, it’s no surprise mining companies are joining the trend. The list of miners signing up for sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Instagram has exploded in recent years, paving the way for companies to establish an online presence on their own terms.

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