Where we operate
GMexico is a holding company, whose principal operations consist of mining, railroad service, and infrastructure with its headquarters in Mexico City.
GMexico operates large mining complexes with long useful lifetime that are geographically diverse (US, Mexico, and Peru), and with significant proven and probable reserves of copper and molybdenum. GMexico has various expansion and growth projects in the copper industry.
Some of GMexico's important assets include the mine complex at Buenavista, which has the largest copper reserve in the world; and also Toquepala and Cuajone in Peru. Explorations are ongoing in Mexico, Peru, and Chile.
Ferromex began operations in 1998 and is currently the largest railroad operator in Mexico, both in terms of coverage and fleet size. Ferromex connects to 5 border crossings and 6 important ports: 4 on the Pacific and 2 others on the Gulf of Mexico.
GMexico began its operations in the construction industry and has remained active in this area since 1942. Throughout its history, GMexico has participated in both public and private infrastructure projects, the construction of hydroelectric dams and storage, roadways, and railroad and mining projects, among others.
- Largest copper reserves in the industry
- 13 mines in operation
- 10 exploration projects
(Chile, Peru, and Mexico)
- Ticker symbol: GMEXICOB
- 8,111 km of track in Mexico, covering 71% of the country
- 67 years experience in infrastructure projects