Arizona mine to cause $1.3bn hit to South32

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Operations at the Taylor sulphide deposit in Hermosa have been affected by operational hazards and Covid-19 bars, the company says

South32's manganese operations. Picture: SUPPLIED

Mining at South32’s Taylor sulphide deposit in Hermosa has been affected by operational hazards as well as restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “We are disappointed by the delays resulting from the impact of Covid-19, the significant dewatering requirements and current inflationary market conditions,” said CEO Graham Kerr.

“Investors will soon begin to lose patience with South32, with shares marginally gaining over the last five years and well underperforming the broader materials sector,” added Josh.

 

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