Tizapa Mine is located in the state of Mexico and produces massive sulfide ore containing mainly silver and zinc (holding a 39% interest).
The commercial production of Tizapa Mine began in 1994. Since then Tizapa Mine has been expanding the production and the total production reached 13 million tonnes in 2017.
Tizapa Mine produces approximately 80,000 tonnes, 40,000 tonnes and 4,000 tonnes of zinc, lead and copper concentrates respectively.
The zinc concentrate is mainly smelted at Akita Zinc, Japan to produce zinc metal and it is one of important raw materials for Akita Zinc.