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Trevali Mining Corp. – North and South American Silver-Lead-Zinc Deposits

Trevali Mining Corp.

Overview

Trevali Mining Corp. (TSX:TV) is a zinc-focused base metals mining company with active operations in Peru and New Brunswick, Canada.

In Peru, Trevali has commenced production at its 2,000 tonne-per-day Santander zinc-lead-silver mine. The three carbonate-hosted replacement deposits being mined at Santander (Magistral North, Central and South) are situated in the Central Peruvian Polymetallic Belt, a major zinc producing district. The mine produces zinc and lead-silver concentrates. Based on the current indicated resource of 6,264,000 tonnes and the inferred resource of 13,845,000 tonnes, in addition to the significant exploration potential on the large property package, it is anticipated that operations could have the potential to be expanded to approximately 4,000 tonnes-per-day by mid-to-late decade subject to additional technical studies.

In Canada, Trevali has successfully consolidated the prolific Bathurst Mining Camp and has 100% ownership of the Caribou mine and mill, the Halfmile mine and the Stratmat polymetallic deposit in northern New Brunswick. All three deposits remain open for expansion. The restart of mining and milling operations at Trevali’s 3,000-tonne-per-day Caribou Mill Complex is underway with planned commissioning scheduled for early 2015. The Company also undertook trial mining from its Halfmile underground mine where it produced zinc, lead-silver and copper-gold concentrates from approximately 125,000 tonnes of mineral processed through the Brunswick 12 mill prior to its closure in 2013.

Investment Highlights

  • Cash-flow from multiple mines in addition to an advanced pipeline of development projects
  • Long-life assets with excellent potential to expand/extend through exploration success; All deposits remain open for expansion
  • PEA released May 2014 for Caribou Mine, with highlights including a post-tax IRR of 69 percent with a 2.1 year payback, a post-tax NPV of $106 million with a 5 percent discount rate, and average annual payable production of 93 million pounds of zinc, 32.5 million pounds of lead, 3.1 million pounds of copper, 730,000 ozs. silver and 1,500 ozs. gold.
  • Proven Management Team and strong strategic partnership with Glencore Xstrata Plc

Key Projects

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Santander Mine – West Central Peru

Trevali’s 100%-owned Santander zinc-lead-silver mine is in the Central Peruvian Polymetallic Belt, one of the world’s top silver, zinc and lead producing districts. Located 215 km northeast by road from Lima, mill start-up commenced in August 2013 and the mine reached commercial production in Q1 of 2014. During that quarter, Trevali produced 14.6-million payable pounds of zinc, 5.5-million payable pounds of lead and 268,000 ozs of payable silver from Santander.

Trevali has also discovered new highgrade zones of polymetallic mineralization adjacent to the Magistral North and Central deposits at its Santander mine.

July 2012 Indicated and Inferred NI 43-101 Mineral Resources at Santander Project
Calculated by Golder Associates engineers

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Bathurst Mining Camp – New Brunswick, Canada

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Consolidating the Bathurst Mining Camp – Wholly-owned Caribou mine and 3000-tpd mill, Halfmile mine and Stratmat deposit. Trevali controls the main infrastructure in camp.

Pro-Mining Jurisdiction – NB one of the world’s top jurisdictions for mineral exploration & development (#1 in Fraser Institute 2012 survey). All permits in hand. Strong First Nations support.

Production – Operations scheduled to commence in H1-2015 at the 3,000-tonne-per-day Caribou mine and mill complex. Fully funded through a $52.5-million debt facility. PEA released May 2014 for Caribou Mine, with post-tax IRR of 69 percent with a 2.1 year payback, a post-tax NPV of $106 million with a 5 percent discount rate, and average annual payable production of 93 million pounds of zinc, 32.5 million pounds of lead, 3.1 million pounds of copper, 730,000 ozs. silver and 1,500 ozs. gold.

Summary

Trevali Mining Corporation is a zinc-focused, base metals mining company with one producing operation currently in Peru and an advanced-stage mine under development in Canada. Well positioned as the only primary zinc producer on the TSX.

Proven Management Team and strong Strategic Partnership with Glencore Xstrata Plc.

Management

Dr. Mark Cruise – President, CEO, and Director
A base metal deposit specialist with 20-years project experience from grass-roots exploration through resource definition to permitting and production in Europe and the America’s on behalf of Pasminco Exploration, Anglo American and other companies. Mark completed his Ph.D. on the Irish zinc-lead orefield and was a member of Anglo American’s Lisheen Zinc-Lead Mine feasibility/technical team in Ireland that developed the 4,500 tpd mine.

Anna Ladd – CFO
Over 15 years experience in financing and financial controls in the mining industry including responsibility for multiple large scale open pit and underground base and precious metal production units. Anna has served as VP Finance and CFO for a number of TSX-listed junior mining companies in addition to several mid-size to senior gold and base metal producers including Grande Cache Coal, Kinross Gold’s Fort Knox, Round Mountain and Kettle River operations and Vale Inco’s Thompson and Sudbury base metal operations.

Paul Keller – Vice-President of Operations
28 years of mine operations experience in Canada, most recently as Manager of Technical Services for a major Canadian mining contractor where he led a team of engineers and designers on various mining contracts for major mining companies. Paul began his career with Rio Algom Limited and has also worked in various management roles with Barrick Gold’s Hemlo mine in operations, engineering and maintenance.

Steve Stakiw – Vice-President of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications
Geologist with over 20 years of mineral exploration industry, and research & finance market experience. Steve has held a senior management role with a leading mining research and investment publication and has consulted to resource-focused investment funds.