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Codelco Ceases Beneficiation Plant at Salvador Copper Mine
Apr 19,2017 10:49CST
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Codelco suspended its benficiation plant at the Salvador copper mine after one senior executive died in an accident Tuesday, wenhua.com reported.

SHANGHAI, Apr. 19 (SMM) - Codelco suspended its benficiation plant at the Salvador copper mine after one senior executive died in an accident Tuesday, wenhua.com reported.

The company said they are now investigating the accident which happened in the floatation area of the beneficiation plant.

The Salvador copper mine produced 60,000 tonnes of copper in 2016, the lowest of all the company’s copper mines. It did not disclose when to restart the plant.

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SMM sees limited effect on copper market from this due to low output at the mine. 

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