Dutch multinational commodity trading company Trafigura Beheer B.V. was founded in 1993 and it has 61 offices in 36 countries. In Latin America, it has presence in Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. Operations include supply, storage, transport and logistics of energy products, base metals and raw materials. It trades products such as crude oil and derivatives, non-ferrous products, concentrates and alumina, semi-processed metals, and refined metals for industrial use, thermal coal, and coke products. In addition, it provides tankers and dry cargo vessels to third party and commodity blending solutions. Its subsidiary Impala Terminals operates Peru's Callao port, and it took part in the expansion project to double capacity at its bulk handling facility; in Brazil, it operates the Sudeste port; in Colombia, it develops a multimodal logistics project on the Magdalena river. Through its subsidiary Trafigura Mining Group, the firm operates the Catalina Huanca copper-zinc mine in Peru's Ayacucho region.