The value chain of the CAP Group begins with the exploration and mining of iron ore; it continues with steel manufacturing and goes on to elaborating steel solutions.
The company markets high-ore-grade magnetic iron in the form of concentrate and pellets. This form of product offers an advantage over hematic minerals since its use requires a smaller quantity of raw material and energy; all of which contributes toward the sustainability of the steel making process.
The company produces thick bars for the manufacturing of ore milling equipment, wire rods and concrete reinforcing bars intended for the construction sector.
In 2016, CINTAC became consolidated as a manufacturer of photovoltaic structures for projects in Chile and abroad, which permitted positioning the company at a Latin American level.
The company has six ports (Punta Totoralillo, Guacolda II, Las Losas, Guayacan, Huachipato and Guarello) and in 2016 it was ranked as the third largest port operator in Chile.
The desalination plant is located in the area near Puerto Punta Totoralillo, in the municipality of Caldera (Atacama Region), which provides industrial water to mining clients located in that region. Additionally, the CAP Group owns a power transmission line. Moreover, the company is making inroads in the evaluation of projects of other minerals (copper, gold, and others).