First Phosphate與Groupe Goyette就加拿大魁北克薩格奈-拉克-聖讓地區Hebertville-Station的聯運設施物流業務簽署諒解備忘錄

發佈于: 3 月 13, 2024

魁北克省薩格奈–(Newsfile Corp. – 2024年3月13日) – First Phosphate Corp. (CSE: PHOS) (OTC: FRSPF) (FSE: KD0) (“First Phosphate”或“本公司”)欣然宣布,本公司已與魁北克省Saint-Hyacinthe的Groupe Goyette(“GG”)公司簽署了一份諒解備忘錄(“MOU”),將通過加拿大魁北克省薩格奈-拉克-聖讓地區的Hébertville-Station聯運設施為本公司提供物流便利。

First Phosphate首席執行官John Passalacqua表示:“這項協議對我們未來的客戶非常重要,因為將在我們位於薩格奈的采礦和工業設施與北美汽車工業中心地帶之間建立一條快速的從卡車到鐵路的上下車通道。我們在電動汽車(“EV”)和儲能電池技術行業的客戶要求很高,需要可靠、及時的運輸保證。”


  • First Phosphate和GG將致力於確定鐵路線方案,通過GG擁有和運營的魁北克省Hébertville-Station聯運設施,將本公司的產品和供應品運往和運出魁北克省薩格奈以及北美其他地區。
  • First Phosphate和GG將努力確定魁北克Hébertville-Station 聯運設施的運輸、處理和倉儲設施擴建要求,以滿足本公司產品和材料進出魁北克省Hébertville-Station和北美其他地區的規定。
  • 特別強調卡車到鐵路的快速聯運能力,以及本公司產品和供應品從魁北克省薩格奈省的Hébertville-Station到北美其他地區,特別是北美溫莎-底特律走廊的汽車工業中心地帶的物流。
  • GG將加入First Phosphate的項目團隊,並開始確定將本公司的產品和供應與魁北克省Hébertville-Station聯運設施進行整合所需的最佳整體物流方案。車隊電氣化和減少碳足跡是項目開發的主要考慮因素。
  • First Phosphate和GG將共同努力,向魁北克省、加拿大和美國政府宣傳雙方的這項安排所帶來的經濟、社會和創造就業的好處。

First Phosphate還要宣布,任命Armand MacKenzie為本公司的政府關系副總裁。MacKenzie先生在傳統的Innu原住民領地長大,從事法律工作長達15年,曾擔任Innu原住民土地權利事務首席法律顧問。

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There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s expectations include: limited operating history; high risk of business failure; no profits or significant revenues; limited resources; negative cash flow from operations and dependence on third-party financing; the uncertainty of additional funding; no dividends; risks related to possible fluctuations in revenues and results; insurance and uninsured risks; litigation; reliance on management and key personnel; conflicts of interest; access to supplies and materials; dangers of mineral exploration and related liability and damages; risks relating to health and safety; government regulation and legal uncertainties; the company’s exploration and development properties may not be successful and are highly speculative in nature; dependence on outside parties; title to some of the Company’s mineral properties may be challenged or defective; Aboriginal title and land claims; obtaining and renewing licenses and permits; environmental and other regulatory risks may adversely affect the company; risks relating to climate change; risks related to infrastructure; land reclamation requirements may be burdensome; current global financial conditions; fluctuation in commodity prices; dilution; future sales by existing shareholders could cause the Company’s share price to fall; fluctuation and volatility in stock exchange prices; and risks related to market demands. There can be no assurance that any opportunity will be successful, commercially viable, completed on time or on budget, or will generate any meaningful revenues, savings or earnings, as the case may be, for the Company. In addition, the Company will incur costs in pursuing any particular opportunity, which may be significant.

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