Last week, Mineco hosted the second consortium workshop of the Horizon 2020 IMP@CT project. This time, the workshop was held at the Gross mine near Bratunac in Bosnia. It was a highly productive week... More details »
Mineco were extremely proud and delighted to host the official opening of the Olovo mine on Thursday 10th May. The mine's "naming ceremony" was attended by Mr Nermin Dzindic, Minister of Energy,... More details »
The trade initiative ‘Business is GREAT’ by UK Department for International Trade (DIT) invited a delegation of UK companies to participate in a trade roadshow to the Balkan countries, promoting UK... More details »
Mineco was delighted to be the principle commercial sponsor at this year’s Diplomatic Winter Bazaar (DWB) held in Sarajevo. The bazaar is the largest diplomatic event in the country and aims to bring... More details »
Dominic Roberts, Operations Director Mineco and Aca Ilic, General Manager of the Rudnik mine in Serbia attended the 7th International Mining Conference in Belgrade on Wednesday 4th October. The... More details »
On Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th of June Mineco attending the second MINEX Europe Mining & Exploration Forum held in Belgrade, Serbia. Taking advantage of the increased mineral exploration in... More details »
Between the 15th and 18th of May, Mineco hosted a one-week workshop session in Bosnia for over 30 participants of the Horizon 2020 IMP@CT research consortium. The objective of the workshop was to... More details »
In April 2017, the Rudnik mine received a prestigious 2016 recognition from the European Agency for Occupational Health and Safety in an international competition in Valetta, Malta, under the... More details »
As part of the Horizon 2020 – IMP@CT project, Mineco participated in its first Stakeholder meeting, hosted by Imperial College London. As the project is still in its start-up phase, the stakeholder... More details »
In December 2016 Mineco joined an EU funded research consortium as part of the Horizon 2020 research and development programme. The IMP@CT project will investigate better ways to mine small, high-... More details »
Established in 2003, Mineco now employs some 2500 people in 8 European countries. Through our London, Moscow and Zug offices we procure, market and move non-ferrous & precious metals (including all of our own concentrates and metals). Mineco Ltd operates 4 base metal mines in South East Europe; Gross in Bosnia and Rudnik, Veliki Majdan and Bosilegrad in Serbia. Furthermore Mineco’s in-house Project Delivery Team are working on several development projects in the Region.
In 2011 Mineco acquired the Fregat secondary lead smelter located near Moscow in Russia.