Cyanco Resumes Cyanide Production after Hurricane Harvey
September 7, 2017
Cyanco update on its operations following Hurricane Harvey:
- Cyanco has fully resumed cyanide production in its Alvin, Texas facility
- The Port of Houston has reopened and shipping operations resumed with no restrictions for vessels (typically used for sodium cyanide shipments)
- Road and rail routes have been restored and product can be loaded and transported as normal.
- Normal product loading and shipping operations have resumed.
Cyanco will continue to work closely with each customer to ensure that normal supply is resumed and Cyanco does not foresee any long term threats to supply resulting from Hurricane Harvey
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