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Neves-Corvo is an operating underground copper and zinc mine in the western part of the Iberian Pyrite Belt which stretches through southern Spain into Portugal. The mine access is provided by one vertical 5 metres diameter shaft, hoisting ore from the 700 metre level, and a ramp from surface. The mine has been a significant producer of copper since 1989.

Zinkgruvan Mine


Located in central Sweden, Zinkgruvan has been in production since 1857. The primary metal produced is zinc, with lead and silver as by-products. Zinkgruvan is one of the largest underground zinc mines in Sweden and is ranked in the lowest cash cost quartile amoung global zinc mines.



The Aguablanca nickel-copper sulfide deposit is located in the province of Badajoz, 80 km by road to Seville and 140 km from a major seaport at Huelva. The Aguablanca mine was acquired by the Company in July 2007, through its purchase of Rio Narcea Gold Mines. Commercial production started in January 2005 and the first nickel-copper concentrate was sold in May 2005.

Eagle Mine


The Eagle Mine is located in Marquette County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Eagle Mine is a high grade Nickel/Copper deposit which commenced commercial production in November 2014.

Tenke Fungurume


Lundin Mining obtained a 24% holding in the Tenke Fungurume project in the Democratic Republic of Congo ("DRC"), through the acquisition of Tenke Mining Corp in 2007. Tenke Fungurume which is one of the largest and highest grade, undeveloped copper-cobalt mineral concessions in the world.

Freeport Cobalt


Lundin Mining holds an effective 24 % ownership interest in the Kokkola joint venture, with Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. holding an effective 56 % ownership interest and acting as operator of the joint venture, and La Générale des Carrières et des Mines (Gécamines), the Congolese state mining company, holding a 20 % interest.



Minera Candelaria and Minera Ojos del Salado produce copper concentrates from open pit and underground mines located near Copiapó in the Atacama Province, Region III of Chile.

The mines are owned indirectly by Lundin Mining Corporation (Lundin; 80%) and Sumitomo Metals Mining Co. Ltd. and Sumitomo Corporation (collectively, Sumitomo; 20%).

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