Coopemikando Mine, in Rwanda’s Gasabo mining region, welcomes European investors and partners. The mining enterprise was founded in 2012 and is licensed for both exploration and exploitation. It currently produces wolfram and cassiterite. Jean-Baptiste Ndugutse, President, explains, “We mine and wash around 15 kg per day because we cannot yet drill in depth, but with an investment in the proper equipment and machinery, we could greatly increase our processing and production capacity.”

The mine is partnering with a French enterprise and sells all its production to Minerals Supply Africa and MUMS, Rwanda’s leading minerals traders. “Our goal is to be independent and sell directly to European markets,” Jean-Baptiste Ndugutse says. He adds, “Coopemikando Mine has outstanding potential.”

Coopemikando Mine is operated according to the highest international standards and has made a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility. Jean-Baptiste Ndugutse points out, “We are very involved in the government’s social projects in the area and we take very good care of our employees.”

Urging investors in Europe to take a close look at Rwanda’s mining sector and at Coopemikando Mine, Jean-Baptiste Ndugutse concludes, “Coopemikando has an ideal location in a high-potential mining area and, with the right investment, it has the capacity to produce top-quality minerals for which market demand is growing.”

Coopemikando Mine

Kabuta, Gasabo

Tel.: +250 788 476 892