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  • MMX SUDESTE

    Serra Azul Unit

    The Serra Azul Unit has an installed capacity to produce about 6 million metric tons of iron ore per year, from its Tico-Tico and Ipê mines.

    When the Sudeste do Brasil Port goes into operation, which is scheduled for 2014, much of the production may be channeled to the foreign market. The Company has recently concluded negotiations to sell 65% of the Sudeste do Brasil Port.

    Sudeste do Brasil Port

    The Sudeste do Brasil Port, formerly known as Sudeste Superport, is a private mixed-use port terminal that handles iron ore only. MMX acquired the Sudeste Superport in May 2011 for US$2.2 billion through a public exchange offer to acquire the shares. The port belonged previously to LLX, the EBX Group's logistics company. In February 2014, MMX concluded negotiations to sell 65% of the Sudeste do Brasil Port to Trafigura and Mubadala. MMX still has a 35% stake in the Port's capital, the right to appoint one member of the Board of Directors and a contract to ship 7 million metric tons of iron ore per year, with the possibility of additional shipments. 
  • MMX CORUMBÁ

    Located in Mato Grosso do Sul State, an area with large reserves of high-quality iron ore, the MMX Corumbá System went into operation in September 2006. This system currently has an installed capacity to produce 1.5 million metric tons a year.

    The MMX Corumbá System mainly produces lump ore (ore ready to be converted into pig iron), in addition to a small amount of fine-grained ore. The Unit is currently leased to Vetria Mineração.
     
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