By Colin Kellaher
Teck Resources Ltd. (TECK) said an electrical equipment failure at its zinc refinery in Trail, British Columbia, will result in a 25% drop in production for up to 20 weeks.
The Vancouver, British Columbia, diversified resource company said it expects repairs will cost up to 10 million Canadian dollars (US$7.6 million), adding that there were no injuries or environmental impacts related to the failure.
Teck said it expect the issue to result in lost production of 20,000 to 30,000 metric tons.
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