- R3D Resources (R3D) is getting ready to re-list on the ASX after raising $4.25 million from a public offering
- The company last traded on the exchange in early 2020, and is due to begin trading again on July 21
- R3D is planning to transition to a gold-copper explorer though the acquisition of Tartana Resources
- The business, formerly known as R3D Global, previously focussed on investor and media relations across Australia and Asia
- Shares in R3D last traded at 5.5 cents each in late February 2020
R3D Resources (R3D) is getting ready to re-list on the ASX after raising $4.25 million from a public offering.
The company expects to begin trading on the exchange again on July 21, after being suspended for close to 18 months.
During that time R3D has begun transitioning into a gold-copper explorer, via the planned acquisition of Tartana Resources.
The business owns a number of assets in the Chillagoe Region in North Queensland, which R3D wants to develop.
Before it moved into materials, R3D had been focussed on its media and investors relations business, called R3D Global, which operated in Australia and Asia.
Commenting on the relisting and its recently closed public offer, R3D Incoming Managing Director Stephen Bartrop said the business was off to a good start.
“The public offer was well subscribed and satisfaction of the ASX conditions for re-listing are well advanced,” Mr Bartrop said.
“We look forward to trading in the shares commencing on or about July 21 2021.”
Under the recent public offer, shares in R3D were offered at 20 cents per share.
Shares in R3D last traded at 5.5 cents each in late February 2020.