Why Exhibit at EXPOMINA 2018?

60% of the country’s total exports in Peru, the mining increased production by 64% in 2015. Currently the mining industry exhibits high demand for shovel excavators, large dumpers and truck parts among other products.

 

According to the Ministry of Energy and Mines, mining investment during the period of 2015-2020 will be around US$ 63.9 billion, 60% of which will be dedicated to copper projects and the rest to gold and iron. Peru remains the Latin American leader in the production of gold, zinc, silver, lead, tin, and molybdenum. Peru obtains 32.3% of its mining machinery and other products from the United States.

Why Exhibit in the U.S. Partnership Pavilion?

Peru obtains 32.3% of its mining machinery and other products from the United States.

 

Peru imported over US $7.8 billion of U.S. goods in 2015, 9.2% of which (US $724 million) is in mining products. Following the top mining industry importers of 2015. The new President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is a pro-business advocate with experience from the World Bank in mining and extractive industries.  With his background in mind, an increased focus on mining can unfold over the next five years

Meet Your Team

Barbara Reyes

Barbara Reyes

Financial & Planning Advisor

  

Camilo

Camilo Bahamonde

Operations Specialist

  

Cristina Gomez

Project Coordinator

  

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Enrique Rosende

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Fernanda Ossa

Marketing & Communications Coordinator