1913 San Francisco Mines of Mexico Limited acquires most of the funds.
1920 With the development of selective flotation, the large-scale exploitation of the deposit begins, grinding 240,000 tons per year.
1924 It is incorporated as Compañía Minera Plomosa, S.A.
1962 In October it is incorporated as Minera Frisco S.A, becoming Mexican following the new mining law of that year.
1972 Minera Lampazos begins operations in the municipality of Tepache in Sonora with the exploitation of silver ore (closed in 1987).
1978 Minera Cumobabi, S.A. de .C.V. begins operations in the municipality of Cumpas, Sonora, with the exploitation of copper and molybdenum ore (closed in 1989).
1989 Molymex, S.A. de C.V. begins operations in the municipality of Cumpas, Sonora, producing molybdenum trioxide (sold in 1995).
1980 Minera María begins operations in the municipality of Cananea, Sonora, exploiting copper ore (closed in 1981).
1982 Minera Real de Ángeles S.A. de C.V begins operations in Noria de Ángeles, Zacatecas, exploiting silver, lead and zinc ore (closed in 1998).
1984 Frisco is acquired by Carlos Slim, incorporated as Empresa Frisco, S.A. de C.V and becoming part of Grupo Carso.
1994 Compañía San Felipe in Baja California begins operations (closed in 2001).
1998 Minera Tayahua is acquired (51%), unit located in Terminal de Providencia, Mazapil, Zacatecas, exploiting gold, silver, lead, zinc and copper ore.
1999 The second stage of Minera María begins operations in the state of Sonora, exploiting copper ore for the production of cathodes.
2001 Frisco opens its Unidad de Manejo para la Conservación de la Vida Silvestre (UMA) (Conservation Unit for Wildlife Management) Reserva San Fransicso del Oro, located in the municipality of San Francisco del Oro in Chihuahua, extending 150 hectares of native and exotic species.
2007 It merged with Grupo Condumex, forming part of the Mining Division.
2008 The Asientos Unit in the state of Aguascalientes begins operations exploiting gold, silver, lead and zinc ore, as well as El Coronel Unit in the state of Zacatecas, exploiting gold and silver ore.
2010 The San Felipe Unit restarts operations in the state of Baja California, exploiting gold and silver ore.
2010 With the operation of six mining complexes or operating units, the mining plan reaches 35.3 million tons.
2011 In January it was spun off from Grupo Condumex and Grupo Carso to form Minera Frisco SAB de C.V.