Officials at Vale have lifted force majeure on several coal sales contracts in Mozambique following disruption by severe rainfall.

Force majeure was first declared in mid-February after heavy rainfall began early that month in Tete, “creating serious challenges” to the Linha do Sena railway, the Brazilian company said in a news release, affecting some 500,000 metric tons of metallurgical coal.

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