Ero Copper Corp. (ERO) is a Canadian-based mining company primarily focused on the production and exploration of copper. The company’s core operations are centered in Brazil, where it is engaged in the mining, exploration, and development of copper projects. Ero Copper’s most significant asset is the Vale do Curaçá Property, which is located in northeastern Brazil, in the state of Bahia. The property encompasses a fully integrated mining and processing operation that includes the Pilar underground mine, the Surubim open-pit mine, and the Caraíba Mill, which processes the extracted ore.
In addition to the Vale do Curaçá Property, Ero Copper also owns the Boa Esperança development project located in the southeastern part of Pará, Brazil. This project is a copper deposit with a National Instrument 43-101 (NI 43-101) compliant feasibility study that demonstrates its potential for copper production. The firm is primarily involved in the production and sale of copper concentrate from its Caraíba operations, which are situated within the Curaçá Valley in northeastern Bahia state. In addition to copper, the company also produces gold and silver as by-products.
Ero Copper Corp. has a 99.6% interest in the Tucumã project, a copper development initiative located in southeastern Pará state. Furthermore, it holds a 97.6% stake in the Xavantina Operations, which are based in Mato Grosso state. Established in 2016, Ero Copper Corp. has its headquarters in Vancouver, Canada.