Larco General Mining & Metallurgical Co. S.A.

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The General Mining and Metallurgical Company SA (Γενική Μεταλλευτική και Μεταλλουργική Α.Ε.), better known as LARCO (ΛΑΡΚΟ), is a ferro-nickel production company in Greece.[1] It has mines in the regions of Euboea, Neo Kokkino, Kastoria and Servia, Greece.[1] The company also has a metallurgical plant in Larymna, which employs the majority of the company's employees.[1]

LARCO was founded in 1963 by Prodromos Bodosakis-Athanasiadiss, with headquarters in Marousi in Athens.[1] In 1966, the construction of the factory in Larymna was completed and in 1968 the construction of a settlement for the workers and their families was completed.[1] The mines of Euboea were fully exploited in 1969 and in 1972 two new electric furnaces were added.[1]


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