Interacid, which sells sulphuric acid to the mining industry, is developing a $90 million project aimed at diversifying its business into the logistics sector and also into the handling of dry bulk concentrates of copper and potassium chloride. In order to do this, it is to open a new terminal inside the installations that the company already has in the industrial park adjacent to the Chilean port of Mejillones. Construction work will begin at the end of next year and take up to three years to complete, allowing the terminal to enter operational service in 2018.