Grade is Alphamin’s ticket to the top
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Grade is Alphamin’s ticket to the top

With Covid-19 affecting most global operations, and on the back of a surging tin price, Alphamin’s tin mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is on track to become the richest tin mine in the world. Major operations in China, Indonesia and Myanmar have felt the brunt of the Covid-19 impacts, while production at Minsur’s San Rafael mine in Peru, Metal X Limited’s (ASX:MLX) Renison Bell in Australia and Taboca’s Pitinga mine in Brazil have been dwindling, for several reasons, Alphamin’s latest results show an increase in output of 29%.

Publication: Core Consultant Group

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