Enaex develops Robominer and Mine-iTruck delivering customer solutions through innovation and technology.

Enaex makes an alliance with Engie, for a feasibility study of a pilot plant for the production of green ammonia based on renewable hydrogen, with the objective of producing green ammonium nitrate.


Enaex acquires the Cachimayo Plant, in Peru, with 100% green ammonia and ammonium nitrate.


Enaex is a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI®).
Sponsored by the Santiago Stock Exchange, Enaex has achieved year-over-year improvements in sustainability.

Enaex is recognized as “Outstanding Company 2016” by the Sociedad de Fomento Fabril (SOFOFA), one of the most important recognitions at national level.


Enaex acquires Britanite and Davey Bickford.


Juan Andrés Errázuriz receives the award for the most innovative CEO of large national companies.


Prillex increases capacity to 850,000 tons per year in 2011.

Prillex America plant is the largest explosives-grade ammonium nitrate production complex in the world.


At the Prillex America plant, Panna 3, a clean development mechanism project is approved by the United Nations and the Kyoto Protocol, reducing 800,000 tCO2eq per year and trading it for carbon credits.


Enaex Servicios S.A. is created with a strategic focus on manufacturing and services.


Ammonium nitrate production increases by 350,000 tons per year.

With an investment of US$130 million, production reaches 450,000 tons per year in 1999.


Sigdo Koppers takes control of Enaex, increasing its ownership to 50.01%.


After its privatization in 1987, the Company becomes Enaex S.A.

Enaex is built as a publicly traded company listed on the Santiago Stock Exchange.


In 1983, production of nitric acid and ammonium nitrate begins.

The Prillex America plant is established in Mejillones with a capacity of 100,000 tons per year.


Enaex develops its services in underground mining.


Enaex develops its first manufacturing truck.


In 1964, APD and PETN began production.


In 1923, the Company changes its name to Compañía Sudamericana de Explosivos.

In addition, the production of explosives begins at the Rio Loa Plant.


On November 9, 1920, Compañía de Explosivos de Chile was founded.