Force majeure imposed in part at Koura’s fluorspar mine in Mexico amid safety concerns

By Alex Cook
Published: Thursday, 24 March 2022

Safety concerns involving a section of the San Luis Potosi fluorspar mine in Mexico, owned and operated by Koura, have led to a reduction in production and a declaration of force majeure on supply contracts for consumers, Fastmarkets has learned.

Fastmarkets understands that a geological issue at the world’s largest fluorspar mine has caused safety standards at a mine ramp at the site to fall below the company's guidelines.

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