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Vast Resources confirms equipment shipment has left Chinese port

The shipment is anticipated to reach a Romanian port by 23 April, and, more shipments of equipment are expected later this week.

Vast Resources PLC - Vast Resources confirms equipment shipment has left Chinese port

Vast Resources PLC (LON:VAST) has confirmed the departure of a shipment containing equipment from China bound for Romania.

The company said the equipment for use at its Baita Plai polymetallic mine in Romania is presently expected to arrive at the port of Constanta by 23 April, according to the shipping company.

A further 3-4 shipment containers are due for departure later this week, Vast noted.

READ: Vast responds to coronavirus situation in Romania

Earlier this week, Vast told investors that it had spent the weekend responding to the declaration of a state of emergency in Romania.

Romania’s state of emergency began on 16 March, following an address to the nation from President Iohannis in regard to the threat of coronavirus.

The company it was putting in place all necessary precautions to adhere to the government guidelines whilst ensuring it maintains the implementation programme to bring Baita Plai into production with minimal disruption.

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