Teck sees terminal crash having no impact on coal output, sales
Dec 7 (Reuters) - Teck Resources Ltd said on Friday it expects no material impact on its fourth-quarter production or sales after a ship crashed at a terminal near Vancouver that is an important shipping point for coal from Teck's British Columbia mines.
A large vessel struck and damaged a trestle leading to a berth that Teck uses at terminals owned by Westshore Terminals Investment Corp.
Canada's largest diversified miner said it plans to ship coal from a second berth at the facility and will shift some capacity to other terminals. It still expects to meet or exceed its fourth-quarter coal sales guidance of 6.2 million tonnes.
- U.S.' Kerry voices 'regret' to India over diplomat case |
- Washington, DC city council raises minimum wage to $11.50/hr in 2016
- China confirms near miss with U.S. ship in South China Sea
- Mega Millions winning lottery tickets sold in California, Georgia |
- Medical bills underlie 60 percent of U.S. bankrupts: study