Chilean state minerals company Enami manages various mining interests, and refines and smelts copper from Chile's small- and medium-scale miners. Its main role is to promote Chile's small and midsize mining sector by carrying out toll milling and processing, and granting credit at favorable rates to companies. Hernán Videla Lira, also known as Paipote and located in northern region III, is Enami's largest smelting plant, producing close to 350,000t/y of fire refined copper in the form of anodes. Enami was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Santiago, Chile.
Empresa Nacional de Minería
Enrique Mac Iver 459, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile