MMC Dalpolimetall JSC is located at the east of Primorkiy region in the city of Dalnegorsk. The nearest railway station of Novochuguevka is 190 km away, the nearest port of Rudnaya Pristan is 35 km away, and the city of Vladivostok is 530 km away.
Now our Company is the only manufacturer of lead and zinc concentrates in the region.
The history of the company started in 1902 when they mined first 97 tons of ore at the Verkhnee deposit. A geological expedition of 1897 by geologist Sergei Vasilyevich Maslennikov preceded this.
During all the subsequent years the company time and again felt the influence of different historical transformations. Russian-Japanese and Civil wars, the October revolution, the period of concession, Great Patriotic war - all these events have been represented in the company chronicles.
After the Second World war except mining and processing polymetallic ores, for a long time the company mined tin and produced tin concentrate.
During all the times MMC Dalpolimetall JSC tended to exploit mineral resources of Primorskiy region complexly, providing job in the areas of its presence.
At the present moment MMC Dalpolimetall JSC includes several independent subdivisions, industrial shops and services united in one mining and processing complex as follows:
Mining and enriching units of the company:
- Five operating mines and one open pit mining polymetallic ores and one more open pit mining lime stone, sand and gravel;
- Enrichment plant which does selective enrichment of polymetallic ores by flotation method.
Subsidiary units of the company:
- Technological transport shop;
- Railway shop;
- Special service shop;
- Stevedore shop in the port of Rudnaya Pristan;
- Warehouses (of blasting materials, poisonous substances, oils and fuels, etc.);
- Geological and surveying department.
The number of employees of Dalpolimetall is equal to 2000.
Expanding the mineral ore base and implementing the up to date experience of production management, MMC Dalpolimetall JSC tries to increase the output and to reach the stable processing of 1million tons of ore per year by 2017.