Mining enterprises businesses in Zambia

Ranging from small scale enterprises to global conglomerates mining copper, gold and more
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Chibuluma Mines Plc
Mining enterprises
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 Minerals Ltd
Mining enterprises
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.
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.
GSY Construction Zambia Ltd
Mining partnerships
As a mining company seeking to establish yourself in Zambia, it makes sense to partner with GSY Construction Zambia Ltd who will guide you through all the legalities. This company is a mining enterprise registered with the Zambian International Trade & Investment Centre as well as the Zambia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Council. As a business owner, you can confidently work with GSY Construction Zambia. It has expertise in all aspects of mining and is well-established in the country.

Mining enterprises

Ranging from small scale enterprises to global conglomerates mining copper, gold and more

There are many mining enterprises in Zambia that operate mines ranging from small scale enterprises to global conglomerates operating in Zambia from South Africa, Australia, India, China, the UK and USA. These mining enterprises mine copper, gold, platinum, coal, silver, nickel, tin, iron ore, limestone and gemstones. This category lists the companies engaged in this activity including industrial mineral exploration and processing of the material. Chinese firms are involved in mining enterprises in Zambia and are becoming one of the biggest players in this sector. Copperbelt Province is the traditional epicentre of Zambia’s mining sector but the North Western Province is now the central player in this sector development.

There are leading Zambian integrated copper producers, which operate underground mines and open-pit mines as well as metallurgical plants with operations located on one of the highest-grade copper seams in the world at Nchanga, Konkola, Nkana and Nampundwe.

Zambian companies seek to be role models for safety, environmental and socio-economic development while playing a key role in making Zambia one of the world’s leading copper producers

Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay. Mining is required to obtain most materials that cannot be grown through agricultural processes, or feasibly created artificially in a laboratory or factory. Mining in a wider sense includes extraction of any non-renewable resource such as petroleum, natural gas, or even water. Modern mining processes involve prospecting for ore bodies