Barrick Gold’s Zaldivar declares force majeure
Jan 10, 2014 | 04:34 PM
| Andrea Hotter
NEW YORK Barrick Gold Corp.s Zaldivar division has declared force majeure on copper shipments from the Antofagasta international terminal as a result of a port strike in Chile.
The company confirmed Jan. 10 that an indefinite labor dispute was impeding the loading of copper cathodes at the terminal.
As a result, it declared force majeure on shipments of copper cathodes produced at Zaldivar, located in northern Chile about 1,175 kilometers (730 miles) southeast of the port city of Antofagasta.....
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