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By Shane Lasley
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Minto to stop using Skagway Ore Terminal

Cruise ship port upgrades in the way of concentrate shipments North of 60 Mining News – March 17, 2023

 

Last updated 3/30/2023 at 6:07pm

A conveyor loads copper concentrates into a ship berthed at the Skagway port.

Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority

A ship at the Skagway Ore Terminal being loaded with the first Minto Mine copper concentrates in 2007.

Minto Metals Corp. March 16 announced that it will not be shipping Minto Mine copper concentrate through the ore terminal in the Southeast Alaska port town of Skagway for at least the next two years.

Concentrates enriched with copper, gold, and silver produced at Minto have been shipped out of Skagway since the 2007 start of production at the Yukon mine.

The Skagway Ore Terminal, which is onl...



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