's () Gati Al-Jebouri caught up with Proactive London's Andrew Scott soon after announcing they've shipped its first consignment of copper since the re-start began.
The copper left the port of Skagway bound for Sumitomo warehouses in Japan.
He says despite the uncertainty, they're still operational and producing concentrate, which is a big positive given the circumstances.
In the first three months of this year Minto produced 6,975 wet metric tonnes of copper concentrate and received payments totalling US$18.7mln from Sumitomo for production.
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