Teck to capitalize on zinc shortfall: exec
Aug 22, 2014 | 05:20 PM
| Saranya Kapur
NEW YORK The restart of Teck Resources Ltd.s Pend Oreille Mine in northern Washington will help meet an expected zinc supply shortfall, with the company forecasting that Chinese production will be unable to keep pace with growing demand.
The mine was put on care and maintenance in 2009. With a recent run-up in zinc prices, however, the reopening of Pend Oreille will position the diversified Canadian miner to benefit from the positive price environment, Teck vice president of base metals marketing Andrew Stonkus told AMM.....
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