ERO Copper | Mineração Caraíba – Gold Sponsor
ERO Copper | Mineração Caraíva - Gold Sponsor
Ero Copper Corp is a base metals mining company featuring a peer-leading organic production growth profile via its 99.6% interest in Mineração Caraíba S.A. (“MCSA”), a long-established Brazilian copper mining company with over 37 years of operating history in the Curaçá Valley. MCSA’s primary assets are the fully integrated mining and processing operations of the MCSA Mining Complex, located in northeastern Bahia State, Brazil. Ero’s strategy is centered upon aggressively increasing high-grade mineral reserves, extending mine life and maximizing mill throughput. MCSA also owns 100% of the “turn key” Boa Esperanҫa development project, an IOCG-type copper deposit located in southern Pará State, Brazil.
David Strang, CEO of Ero Copper
David Strang formed Ero Copper in May 2016, together with Christopher Noel Dunn. Mr. Strang serves as the Chief Executive Officer and as a director of the Company. Mr. Strang previously served as a director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lumina Copper Corp. which was sold to First Quantum Minerals Limited in August 2014. Mr. Strang also served as a director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lumina Royalty Corp. (sold to Franco Nevada Corporation in 2011), Global Copper Corp. (sold to Teck Resources in 2008), and Lumina Resources Corp. (sold to Western Copper Corp. in 2006). Prior to this, Mr. Strang served as President of Regalito Copper Corp. (sold to Pan Pacific in 2006), and Vice President, Corporate Development of Northern Peru Copper Corp. (sold to China Minmetals and Jiangxi Copper in 2008) and (the original) Lumina Copper Corp. Mr. Strang has approximately 20 years of corporate finance experience, particularly in the areas of corporate and asset valuation, and has approximately nine years of experience as an officer and director. Mr. Strang holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Earth Sciences from Stanford University.