MICROMINE opens first Central America office

One of the world’s biggest privately owned mining software companies has established its third office in Latin America and 23rd overall with the opening of a branch in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, in Mexico
MICROMINE opens first Central America office MICROMINE opens first Central America office MICROMINE opens first Central America office MICROMINE opens first Central America office MICROMINE opens first Central America office

New projects said to be driving growth in demand for Micromine software in Mexico and other parts of Central and Latin America

Staff reporter

Thirty-three-year-old MICROMINE, owned by Sydney-based technology-focused private equity firm Potentia Capital and the founding Tuder family, also has offices in Brazil and Peru.

MICROMINE regional manager Guido Perez said large and junior companies were developing new precious and base metals projects across Mexico. A solid pipeline of projects, competitive operating costs and rising metal prices were seeing mining activity increase, he said.

"Mining companies in Mexico are seeking to improve their operations and shorten project times," Perez said.

"This demand has opened opportunities for sophisticated tools for modelling and simulation to be applied in new mining operations, and MICROMINE is at the forefront in delivering these intuitive solutions. With a new office onsite in Mexico, our customers in the emerging mining centre will benefit from the very best software, exceptional service and unparalleled support."

 

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