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Trevali Mining Corp. is a zinc-focused base metals development company. In Canada, it owns the Halfmile zinc-lead-silver mine, the Caribou mine and mill, and the Stratmat polymetallic deposit, all located in the Bathurst Mining Camp of northern New Brunswick. The company also has the Santander mine in Peru and the past-producing Ruttan copper-zinc mine in northern Manitoba. Initial trial production from the Halfmile mine was successfully undertaken in 2012 and underground development is ramping up to achieve a planned production rate of approximately 3 Kmtpd to feed planned operations at the company's Caribou Mill Complex in 2013.
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Erik Bermel, M Partners
"Trevali Mining Corp. received an operational permit from the New Brunswick government for the Caribou concentrate plant and mine. . .the province continues to be supportive of the project. Having received the $30M mezzanine tranche of the RMB facility, Trevali is now ready to order long lead-time items for Caribou including the SAG mill. . .the company has an attractive production profile with long-term growth. . .establishing itself as the next intermediate zinc producer."
Stefan Ioannou, Haywood Securities
"Trevali Mining Corp. has received provincial approval to operate the company's 100%-owned Caribou mine-mill complex in New Brunswick. . .funds from the mezzanine debt facility will enable the company to order Caribou's SAG mill within the coming week. . .Trevali is targeting operational start-up in early 2014. . .the company is more than a one-trick pony. . .it is also working to restart the Santander Zn-Pb-Ag project. . .following a planned mill expansion to 4 Ktpd in 2015, the project is expected to produce +90 Mlb Zn and +35 Mlb Pb per year."
The Northern Miner
"New Brunswick has given the green light to Trevali Mining Corp. to operate its Caribou mine and mill complex in the Atlantic province's Bathurst mining camp, and the zinc-focused development company says it expects to fire up the mill early next year. . .the Vancouver-based junior is currently juggling two projects on as many continents and hopes to start production at both within the next 12 months. . .by the middle of this year, Trevali expects to ramp up its 100%-owned brownfield Santander zinc-lead-silver mine in Peru to 2,000 tonnes per day and expand it to a daily 4,000 tonnes in 2015."
Joseph Gallucci, Dundee Securities
"Trevali Mining Corp. is our top pick in the junior mining space. . .it has received approval to operate the Caribou mine and mill from the province of New Brunswick. This approval gives the company full operational license at the Caribou site, which hosts both the Caribou mill and Caribou Mine. With today's announcement, we believe that Trevali is on track to bring its New Brunswick operations into production in nine months."
Adam Low, Raymond James
"Trevali Mining Corp. announced that it had received the operating permit for its Caribou mine from the province of New Brunswick. This is a positive announcement for the company as it is essentially the final step in the permitting process. . .this is also a good demonstration of the support that Trevali has from the provincial government."
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