| Gustavo Andre, director|
Latinbor, a manufacturers representative based in Salta, Argentina, markets industrial minerals produced by South American mining companies worldwide. Since its creation in 2003, Latinbor traded more than 450,000 tonnes of industrial minerals such as boron minerals and lithium carbonate in addition to metals such as zinc and copper.
The company is mainly focused on the supply of boron derivatives such as disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (DOT), boric acid, borax decahydrate, and colemanite. Latinbor also markets lithium carbonate to emerging technological markets in South Korea, Vietnam and South East Asia.
Latinbor sells its products to the glass, ceramic, agriculture, and cellulose isolation industries worldwide, mainly to China, Brazil, Europe, and the USA. The company recently added antimony concentrate to its portfolio, planning to start distributing antimony trioxide from 2012. Why did you create Latinbor?I started Latinbor in 2003 as Argentina was going through new mining...