The order includes Epiroc Pit Viper 351 and SmartROC D65 drill rigs, BenchREMOTE remote operator stations, rock drilling tools and HB 10000 hydraulic breakers.
The machines are meant to boost the safety, productivity and efficiency of the Quellaveco project, which is expected to start copper production in 2022.
With the machines' latest features, the OEM said operators can, among other things, run the rigs remotely from a safe distance.
Helena Hedblom, Epiroc's senior executive vice president for mining and infrastructure, said: "We are proud to once again team up with Anglo American and play a key role in making sure that its new mine in Peru is operated in the most productive, safe and cost-efficient manner possible."
Delivery of the equipment will start in early 2020 and continue through 2021.