Chilean state copper producer Codelco's Radomiro Tomic division is located in Chile's northern region II. It is currently developing phase two of the sulfide development project which looks to complement the development of Radomiro Tomic's depleting copper oxide reserves with sulfide, whose reserves are estimated at 2Bt, with an average grade of 0.53%. The mine's oxide output is expected to fall from 2017.
|Corporate name||Codelco - División Radomiro Tomic|
|Tradename||Codelco División Radomiro Tomic|
|Address||Av. Central Sur 1990, Villa Ayquina, Calama, Chile|