Ero Copper mining and development operations are located in Brazil within the established mining states of Bahia, Mato Grosso and Pará. The Caraíba Operations (formerly known as the MCSA Mining Complex), located in Bahia State, are the Company’s flagship operations. The fully integrated operations of the Caraíba Operations include underground and open pit mining activities, a conventional three-stage crush and flotation mill and supporting infrastructure required to produce a high-grade, clean concentrate grading approximately 35% copper. The Xavantina Operations (formerly known as the NX Gold Mine), located in Mato Grosso State, is a high-grade underground gold mine with a large land package and significant exploration potential. Ero Copper’s construction stage Tucumã Project (formerly known as Boa Esperanҫa), located in Pará State, is expected to double the Company’s annual copper production by 2025.