Trafigura Beheer B.V. is a Dutch multinational commodity trading company founded in 1993. Its operations include the sourcing, storage, and delivery of energy products, base metals and raw materials. It trades in crude oil, middle distillates, gasoline, naphtha, LPG, and biodiesel; and provides logistics, storage, crushing, and blending solutions. The company also trades in non-ferrous products, such as raw materials, including concentrates and alumina; intermediate products, such as semi-processed metals, and refined metals for industrial applications. In addition, it supplies thermal coal, and coke products; and provides tankers and dry cargo vessels to third party external customers. The company has 65 offices in 36 countries, including Uruguay, Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. Its subsidiary Impala Terminals operates Peru's Callao port, where it is involved in a US$125mn expansion to double capacity at its bulk handling facility. In Colombia, it is developing a multimodal logistics and infrastructure project along the Magdalena river. Trafigura also owns a controlling stake in Brazil's Sudeste port, in Rio de Janeiro state, that was acquired in 2014 from local iron ore miner MMX. It is also the owner of the Catalina Huanca copper-zinc mine in Peru's Ayacucho region.