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December 7, 2012
14:24 EDTTCKTeck Resources responds to incident at Westshore Terminals
Teck Resources announced that it is taking steps in response to impacts to coal shipping capacity at Westshore Terminals Limited following an incident that resulted in Berth 1 being out of commission for an unknown amount of time. Teck will continue to ship through Berth 2 at Westshore and will be shifting shipping capacity to Neptune Terminals and exploring options for moving additional tonnage to Pacific Coast Terminals and Ridley Terminals. Our preliminary assessment is that we will meet or exceed our sales guidance of 6.2M tonnes for the fourth quarter and, as there is inventory space available at Westshore, we do not expect this incident to have a material impact on coal production for the fourth quarter.
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November 18, 2015
05:28 EDTTCKTeck Resources to reduce spending by $650M, cuts 1,000 jobs
In response to persistent low commodity prices, Teck Resources is implementing additional measures to reduce costs and conserve capital: Reduction in total spending of $650M in 2016, to be achieved through $350M of capital spending reductions and deferrals and $300M of operating cost savings identified as part of the 2016 operating budget. Elimination of an additional 1,000 positions across Teck's global offices and operations, through a combination of layoffs and attrition. This will include a reduction in senior management positions and brings total labor force reductions over the past 18 months to approximately 2,000 positions. Withdrawal of the Coal Mountain Phase 2 project from the Environmental Assessment process and suspension of further work on the project. The capital reductions and deferrals described above are in comparison to preliminary 2016 capital spending plans. The 2016 capital budget is still under review and Teck will announce forecast 2016 capital spending in February 2016.

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