MTE Kalumbila EXPO 2018

MTE 25Year logo finals   
Venue: Impala Suites
Date: 20 August 2018  
12:00 to 17:00  

Sentinel copper mine
Lumwana copper mine


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spacer Per stand - Excl. VAT
   1 show    R14 800
  2 shows    R21 100
  3 shows    R25 500


Zambia is blessed with a wealth of mineral resources, although the shining star of its mineral portfolio is and has been copper for numerous decades. Gold, iron, gemstones and other industrial minerals that include feldspar, silica sand and talc are also evident in this country.

The Zambia leg of MTE’s 2018 calendar stretches over one week and will see the team visit three different major mining locations.

The country has yielded positive results from copper, which is Zambia’s biggest export. Copper process has increased and therefore has had a positive impact on the country’s economy.

Kalumbila is a copper-nickel mine in north-west Zambia, also known as Sentinel, and it represents one the largest copper reserve in Zambia and the world, with estimated reserves of one billion tonnes of ore grading 0.51% copper.

Sentinel’s processing facility has a target throughput rate of 55Mt a year of ore at an average grade of 0.51% copper. Annual production is expected to range between 280 000t and 300 000t of copper. Lumwana is another mine located in what is the most prospective copper regions in the world and Lumwana ore is treated through a conventional sulphide flotation plant producing copper concentrate for smelting. The mine has about 207.6Mt of remaining ore reserves

Sentinel copper mine, one of First Quantam’s newest mines.

This is our 2nd exhibition in the area, our last exhibition was in 2017


- We had 215 registered visitors and
38 exhibitors booked at the last exhibition. 




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