DIVISIONS

WORLD LEADER IN COPPER PRODUCTION

HIGHLIGHTS
  • 1st in production in Mexico and Peru.
  • 3rd largest producer in USA.
  • 4th largest copper producer worldwide.
  • Largest copper reserves in the world.
  • Lowest extraction costs in the industry.
2019 RESULTS
  • SALES
    US$8,566 billion
  • EBITDA
    US$4,155 billion
  • INVESTMENTS
    US$628 billion
  • TONS OF COPPER
    1,128,927
SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES
  • SOUTHERN COPPER CORPORATION
    - Minera México
    - Southern Peru
  • ASARCO (USA)
  • MINERA LOS FRAILES
    (Spain)
OPERATIONS
  • 15 underground and open pit mines
  • 52 smelters, refineries and other plants
  • 8 explorations
  • Mexico, Peru, USA, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and Spain
PRINCIPAL PRODUCTS

• Copper

• Silver

• Molybdenum

• Zinc

• Sulfuric acid

• Gold

• Selenium

SOUTHERN COPPER
CORPORATION
  • Trades on the New York Stock Exchange and on the Lima Stock Exchange. (Ticker: SCCO)
BUENA VISTA DEL COBRE (SONORA, MEXICO)

  • The expanded operations makes this copper mine the 3rd largest in the world.

VISIT

Southern Copper

ASARCO

HIGHLIGHTS
  • 11,131 kms of track in 24 Mexican states and in Florida and Texas in the USA.
  • Connection with 5 ports on the Pacific, 4 in the Gulf of Mexico and 4 on the Atlantic.
  • General and intermodal freight services by rail as well as passenger services. We also offer auxiliary management services for terminals and intra-terminal hauls.
  • Seamless integration with railroads in the USA and Canada through 8 interchange points.
2020 RESULTS
  • TONS/KM
    62.823 billion
  • CARS TRANSPORTED
    1.8 million
SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES
  • FERROMEX
  • FERROSUR
  • FLORIDA EAST COAST
  • INTERMODAL MÉXICO
  • TEXAS PACÍFICO
SEGMENTS

• Agriculture

• Automotive

• Cement

• Energy

• Intermodal

• Metals and minerals

• Industrial products

• Chemicals and fertilizers

FLEET

• 3.2 million horsepower

• 816 locomotives

• 26,319 rail cars

INVESTOR RELATIONS:
  • Genaro Guerrero Díaz Mercado
    T. +52 55 5246 37 00 Ext. 3885
    genaro.guerrero@gmxt.mx
HIGHLIGHTS
  • More than 80 years experience in building infrastructure and industrial plants.
  • More than 200 large-scale projects in 24 Mexican states.
  • More than 5 million hours of manpower in engineering services in Mexico and abroad.
  • 60 years experience in ocean and land drilling in Mexico, with more than 400 wells drilled.
SUBSIDIARIES
  • MÉXICO COMPAÑÍA CONSTRUCTORA
  • GM SERVICIOS DE INGENIERÍA
  • PERFORADORA MÉXICO
  • GRUPO MÉXICO ENERGÍA
  • GRUPO MÉXICO AUTOPISTAS
  • GRUPO MÉXICO COMBUSTIBLES
2019 RESULTS
  • SALES
    US$528 million
  • EBITDA
    US$267 million
  • INVESTMENTS
    US$218 million
PRINCIPAL ASSETS
  • 2 modular platforms
  • 5 jackup rigs
  • 500 MW La Caridad combined cycle power plant
  • 74 MW El Retiro wind farm.
       - 2 combined cycle power plants
       - 37 wind turbines
  • 5 transloaders
PRINCIPAL ASSETS:
  • High specification highways (construction, operation and maintenance)
  • Salamanca-Leon highway
          - 80 kilometers long
          - Video surveillance system 24/7
  • Silao Bypass
          - 17.4 Km long
DISASTER RELIEF
  • In response to natural disasters, Foundation Grupo México manages various types of support: from donation collection centers to building homes, involving all divisions and areas of Grupo México.
SUPPORT FOR INSTITUTIONS
  • The following programs support organizations with training, fundraising and raising awareness:
HEALTH
  • DR.VAGON: To contribute to the health and quality of life of Mexicans, through diagnosis, early detection and prevention, in 2014 and with the collaboration of FERROMEX, we adapted and outfitted a train as a mobile clinic to take free medical services to the most remote and impoverished communities in Mexico.
EDITORIAL
  • XOCOYO: MEXICAN INGREDIENTS A book collection that promotes the most iconic native Mexican ingredients and shows the way they have permeated universal culture.
EDUCATION AND CULTURE
  • We promote educational and cultural projects to improve the quality of life in Mexico's vulnerable communities.
ENVIRONMENT