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Chibuluma Mine extracts its copper ore from its underground mine, then crushed, ground into powder and processed into concentrate. The company provides the copper mining and processing industry with high quality copper concentrates which can then be processed into refined copper.
Jinchuan Group International Resources Company is a holding company to Metorex, a firm that operates Chibuluma Mines. The main asset being mined is the Chibuluma South Mine, an underground mechanised mine. Previously operations were carried out at Chibuluma East and West Mines but these are now defunct.
First Quantum mines sulphide ore and oxide ore. Sulphide ore is treated via crushing, milling and flotation to produce copper in concentrate. The sulphide milling circuit maintains the production of finished copper as oxide ore is depleted and sulphide ore grades begin to fall as the mining horizon deepens.
The Kansanshi mine, the largest copper mine in Africa, is owned and operated by Kansanshi Mining Plc which is 80% owned by a First Quantum and 20% is owned by of ZCCM. The mine is located approximately 10 kilometres north of the town of Solwezi and 180 kilometres to the northwest of the Copperbelt town of Chingola.
The Malundwe and Chimiwungo deposits are mined sequentially by open-pit methods. Apart from copper, Lumwana Mining also produces cobalt, gold, and uranium. Lumwana ore, which is predominantly sulfide, is treated through a conventional sulfide flotation plant, producing copper concentrate for smelting.
Lumwana Mining represents one of the largest copper reserve in Zambia and in the world having estimated reserves of 1.18 billion tonnes of ore grading 0.68% copper. The Lumwana area covers 1355 km2 and includes two major copper deposits including Malundwe and Chimiwungo.
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