Collahuasi is a mining company that produces copper concentrate, copper cathodes and molybdenum concentrate from three open-pit mineral deposits in the Andean plateau of the far north of Chile. The company produces principally copper concentrate.
This semi-processed raw material accounts for 89% of the companyâ€™s output and is shipped to customers for the final stage of processing. In addition, the company produced 2,471 tonnes of molybdenum concentrate, down by 38.8% on 2007.
Mining CompanyMolybdenum, copper
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