Major zinc miner Nexa Resources revealed yesterday that the production at Cerro Lindo mines in Peru has been interrupted

Parts of the mine’s lower levels partially flooded as a result of too much water being received below and unable to be pumped to the surface.

However, the company stated that, depending to the underground mine’s dewatering process & how rain affects other parts of the operation

The business reaffirms its dedication to the safety & health of its workers & promises to keep the market updated on any new developments “Nexa threw in

With more than Sixty years of experience in establishing & running mine & smelting facilities in Latin America. Nexa is a sizable integrate zinc manufacturer

Nexa now owns and operates 5 long-life underground mines—3 in the Central Andes of Peru and 2 in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil