Industrial Engineer Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, MBA Universitàt Politècnica de Catalunya, MBA Universidad Católica de Córdoba, Postgrade in Mining Supply Chain CaMiPer and Mining Society of South Africa, DBA candidate ADEN University.
Lithium mining requires a large movement of inbound and outbound of materials in each project. These movements, which includes raw materials, products as well as finished goods, are very important in terms of frequency, volume and tons to be transported. The main materials required in the NOA zone do not come from the same area in all cases, so their logistic is complex. This presentation aims to take dimension of the true logistical challenges that lithium mining companies will face in the region, as well as the main gaps in infrastructure, requirements and their possible solutions.