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 »
Mineco were delighted and very proud to support the Diplomatic Winter Bazaar in Sarajevo on Saturday 3rd December. Organised by the international diplomatic community the proceeds of the Bazaar... More details »
The UN's annual World Environment Day has been marked again in 2016 by the lead & zinc mine Gross. This year the mine planned a number of activities to increase awareness of the importance of... More details »
Mineco were delighted to be one of the principle commercial sponsors of last night's Queen's Birthday Party held by the British Embassy Sarajevo at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in... More details »
We are delighted to announce that the Olovo lead mine has been issued with its Environmental Licence. Signed on 6th November by the recently appointed Minister for Environment & Tourism, Edita... More details »
On Thursday 26th November Mario Nujic, a First Class Mining Engineer and part of the Mineco Project Delivery Team ("PDT"), delivered a keynote lecture on the use of computer aided design software in... More details »
We are delighted to announce that Fregat, Mineco's secondary lead refinery in Russia, has become the only London Metal Exchange ("LME") registered producer of lead in Russia. The LME brand Fregat... More details »
Mineco's Operations Director, Dominic Roberts, was accompanied by the General Manager and Technical Director of Gross Mine at the Srebrencia 2015 Investment and Development Conference held on... More details »
Mineco has acquired the RSC exploration license in South Eastern Bosnia. Situated on the border with Montenegro this 50km concession is adjacent to the operating Suplja Stjena mine. Since starting... More details »
Established in 2003, Mineco now employs some 2,000 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.