Inmet Mining

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Inmet Mining Corporation
Traded as TSX: IMN
Industry Copper and copper-zinc mines
Founded 1987
Defunct 2013
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Number of locations
Mexico, Peru, Spain, Panama, Chile and Finland
Area served
North America, South America, Europe
Key people
Richard Ross, Jochen Tilk (President and CEO)
264,732,000 (2011)
Number of employees
3,100 (2008)[1]
Subsidiaries Cayeli Bakir Isletmeleri A.S. (100%)
Cobre Las Cruces (100%)
Pyhäsalmi Mine Oy (100%)
Minera Panama SA (80%) with Korea Panama Mining Corp (20%)

The Inmet Mining Corporation was a Canadian mining corporation that produced copper, zinc and gold. The company was known for (until 2011) holding an 18% stake in Ok Tedi Mining Limited. In March 2013 it was announced that First Quantum Minerals had completed a hostile takeover of Inmet for CAD $5.1 Billion; Inmet's Cobre Panama deposit was the targeted asset.[2]

Production Facilities[edit]


  • Cobre Panama, Panama - copper, gold, silver