COMPANY PROFILE


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Summary


Trevali is a global zinc mining producer operating four revenue generating mines, delivering sustainable shareholder value through transformative technology. Our property portfolio is focused and located in the stable mining jurisdictions of Canada, Namibia, Peru and Burkina Faso.

People power our operations, and we empower our people with technology to collaborate in real time, automate physical processes, digitize assets and improve our mining processes, solidifying our ranking as a globally recognized mining producer. Trevali is focused on becoming the world’s most sustainable mining company. Trevali is The Future of Mining.

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Founding Year


July 2006

Strategic Quote


"Our purpose is to be the world’s most sustainable mining company."

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Main Leadership


Ricus Grimbeek, President & CEO

• Joined Trevali in April 2019

• 30+ years of experience in the resource sector

• Former COO of Vale Base Metals North Atlantic and President & COO of South32 Australia, Asset President of Aluminum Australia, Head of Group HSEC and President & COO of the Ekati diamond mine for BHP Billiton, and Executive VP Mining & Concentrating for Lonmin Platinum

Brendan Creaney, Chief Financial Officer

• Joined Trevali in August 2019 as VP Investor Relations. Appointed CFO in December 2020

• 15 years of experience in mining and construction industrie

• Former Director of Corporate Development and Value Assurance at Goldcorp

• MBA, with a specialization in Finance from the University of Manchester

Steven Molnar, Chief Legal Officer

• Joined Trevali in July 2018

• Practiced corporate and securities law at McCarthy Tétrault and Heenan Blaikie for eight years, advising on corporate governance, M&A and dispositions, regulatory compliance, public company reporting, joint ventures, equity and debt financings, and various other commercial arrangements in the mining sector

• Law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University

Derek Du Preez, Chief Technical Officer

• Joined Trevali in July 2019

• 25+ years of experience working in the mining industry leading digital transformation and innovation programs

• Former Principal Consultant at AMC Consultants, Director of Digital Transformation, North Atlantic at Vale Canada, and Head of the Digital Delivery Centre at South32

• Bachelor of Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineer’s Certificate of Competency from South Africa

Joanne Thomopoulos, Chief People Officer

• Joined Trevali in October 2018

• 15+ years of direct leadership experience at BC Hydro and BCLC leading HR initiatives including workforce redesign projects, M&A integration, and developing performance management and talent development frameworks

• Chartered Professional in Human Resources, Graduate Certification in Strategic Human Resources Management, Advanced Certification in Management and Diploma in Criminal Justice

• Condestable, located in the District of Mala, Cañete Province, in the Lima Region, is an established underground copper producer, dedicated to the extraction, processing and sale of copper concentrate, with gold and silver by-products.

• Ariana, located in the District of Marcapomacocha, Yauli Province, Junin Region, is a fully permitted project, currently in early-stage construction, which will process minerals extracted from an underground mine in order to produce copper and zinc concentrates.

Main Assets


Trevali has four revenue generating properties located in Namibia, Canada Peru and Burkina Faso

The Rosh Pinah mine is an underground zinc-lead mine and 2,000 tonne per day milling operation located in southwestern Namibia, at the edge of the Namib Desert, and has been in continuous operation since 1969 and currently produces zinc and lead sulphide concentrates containing minor amounts of copper, silver and gold. Rosh Pinah just announced its feasibility study for the RP2.0 expansion, which is expected to increase the throughput of the mine from 0.7 million tpa to 1.3 million tpa and produce zinc for a cash cost of US$0.63 per pound of payable zinc and AISC of US$0.72 per pound of payable zinc.

The Rosh Pinah mine is 90% owned by Trevali and 10% by Namibian Broad-Based Empowerment Groupings and an Employee Empowerment Participation Scheme (EEPS).

The Company’s wholly owned zinc-copper-lead-silver-gold Caribou mine is located 50 km west of Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada. The operations consist of an underground mine with significant underground development, a fully permitted 3,000 tpd mill, a sulphide flotation recovery plant, metallurgical and geochemical laboratories, a tailings management facility, and other associated infrastructure. On August 3, 2021 Trevali announced a pilot plant testing program using ROL technology that if successful has the potential to allow Trevali to replace the existing flotation circuit at Caribou with atmospheric leach vessels and potentially an SX/EW train, introducing the possibility of producing base and precious metals on-site and thereby save transport costs and offsite treatment costs. For complete details please read the August 3, 2021 news release at www.trevali.com

Contact

Ute Koessler Investor Relations Manager Tel: 604-336-24444 Email: ukoessler@trevali.com