|Former type||Non-ferrous metallurgy|
|Predecessor(s)||Copper activity division of Umicore|
|Successor(s)||Aurubis after merge of Cumerio with Norddeutsche Affinerie AG (NA)|
|Number of locations||Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Italy, Slovakia, and Switzerland|
|Key people||Luc Delagaye (CEO), Karel Vinck (Chairman of the Board of Directors)|
|Revenue||€ 3.329 million (2007)|
|Net income||46.3 million € (2007)|
|Owner(s)||merged with Norddeutsche Affinerie AG (NA), now named Aurubis|
Cumerio is (was) a copper refining company formed in 2005 by the division of the copper activity of Umicore. The Cumerio shares were first listed on Euronext Brussels on April 29, 2005, and delisted from Euronext Brussels on December 17, 2008, as a result of the squeeze-out after merging with Norddeutsche Affinerie AG.
Cumerio was active in smelting, refining and recycling of copper. The headquarters was located in Brussels. The production plants were located at:
- Pirdop (Bulgaria): refinery (smelter) for the production of copper anodes;
- Olen (Belgium): refinery (electrolysis) of high purity copper anodes / cathodes, and production of rolling thread;
- Avellino (Italy): production of wires and wire rods;
- Yverdon-les-Bains (Switzerland), Swiss Advanced Materials SA (SAM): production of complex profiles.
Acquisition by Norddeutsche Affinerie AG
On April 14, 2008 Cumerio became part of the NA Group. This made it the largest copper producer in Europe.
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