China Molybdenum Co. Ltd is reportedly sending its copper and cobalt through several small ports in Mozambique, as well as through Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Walvis Bay in Namibia

It is understood that the company can no longer ship the output of its Tenke Fungurume copper and cobalt mine through South African ports because they are closed to all but essential goods due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A spokesperson for China Molybdenum Co. Ltd is reported to have said that the mining firm is now shipping to China copper and cobalt it mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo through ports in Mozambique, Tanzania and Namibia, Reuters reports.

China Molybdenum sold 5,334 tonnes of cobalt hydroxide, which is used to make batteries for electric vehicles, in the first quarter of this year, 49.3 per cent more than a year earlier, Reuters quotes the company as telling the stock market in writing last week.

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