Compañía Minera Atacocha

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Compañía Minera Atacocha S.A.A
Public company
Traded asBVLATACOBC1
IndustryMining & Metallurgy
Founded1936
HeadquartersLima, Peru
Key people
Ivo Ucovich Dorsner, (Chairman)
Abraham Chauan Abedrrabo, (CEO)
ProductsLead, zinc, copper
RevenueIncrease US$ 134.8 Million (2011)
Increase US$ 24.4 million (2011)
Number of employees
2,057
ParentVotorantim Group
Websitewww.atacocha.com.pe

Atacocha is a Peruvian mining company engaged in the exploration and exploitation of mine concessions. It operates a treatment plant and a mining camp, which are located in the districts of San Francisco de Asis de Yurusyacan and Yanacancha, province of Pasco.

The company's activities include the production and sale of lead, zinc and copper concentrates. In addition, the company is active in the electric power generation and it owns two hydroelectric power plants: Marcopampa and Chaprin with an installed capacity of 6.6 MW.

Atacocha's main shareholder is the Brazilian conglomerate Votorantim Group with 70% of its interests.

The company was founded in 1936[1] and is headquartered in Lima.

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  1. ^ Johnson, Robert; Lewis, Richard; Abele C., Guillermo (1955). Geology and Ore Deposits of the Atacocha District Departamento de Pasco Peru, USGS Bulletin 975-E, Geologic Investigations in the American Republics. Washington: United States Government Printing Office. pp. 337–387.