Pan Pacific Aggregates says that the diversion of the hydro cable at its Quadling quarry in Canada has been completed.
Poor weather delayed the project but it was completed within budget.
British Columbia-focused Pan Pacific can now access the eastern end of the Quadling quarry and more than 1m tonnes of additional reserves. It will also reduce operating costs because it will be easier to move rock to the processing unit.
At 2.62p a share, up 0.38p, Pan Pacific is valued at £1.91m.
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Symphony Environmental Technologies says that revenues in the first four months of 2013 are already higher than the £2.12m reported for the first half of 2012.
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