Chilean miner Lumina Copper Chile, the local subsidiary of Japan's Pan Pacific Copper, owns and operates the Caserones copper-molybdenum project in Chile's northern region III. The project consists of an open pit mine with a dual processing route to produce both copper in concentrates and cathodes. Caserones includes a concentrator with capacity to process 105,000t/d of ore to produce an annual average of 150,000t of copper and 3,500t of molybdenum during the first five years. It will also have a dump leaching, SX-EW plant to produce 30,000t of cathodes. Lumina Copper Chile is 75%-owned by Japan's Pan Pacific Copper, a 66:34 JV between JX Nippon Mining and Metals and Mitsui Mining and Smelting. The remainder is owned by Mitsui. The company is based in Santiago, Chile.
SCM Minera Lumina Copper Chile
Minera Lumina Copper Chile
Av. Andrés Bello 2687, Piso 4 Edificio del Pacífico, Las Condes, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile