Copper Mountain Mining Corporation (TSX: CUM) announced on Friday that construction had begun on the $40 million copper crusher at its mine in Southern British Columbia. Favorable weather conditions have so far reduced any extra costs associated with building such a machine, and the company has not had to heat or hoard concrete in the process.
When the crusher is finished, it will be the largest cone crusher on Canada’s West Coast. This is important on an international scale because Japan’s Mitsubishi Materials Corporation (TYO: 5711) owns approximately a quarter of the 18,000 acre mine.
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