Pandemic not all bad news for tin

The sixteenth annual survey carried out by the International Tin Association (ITA) estimated a tin use contraction of -5.4% in 2019 with a further decline of -5.9% forecast for 2020. However, it was not all bad news for tin as some sectors actually benefitted from the...

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Tin users see weaker markets

The fifteenth annual carried out by the International Tin Association (ITA) showed refined tin use grew by 2% in 2018 but points to a contraction of -2% in 2019. 141 companies took part, accounting for some 43% of estimated global refined tin use in...

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Industry leaders sign MoU on responsible tin sourcing

The International Tin Association (ITA) and the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), on behalf of its Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), have signed a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation across the entire tin value chain and further...

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Responsible tin pioneer named in Top 100 Women in Mining

The Women in Mining organisation has recognised the pioneering work of Kay Nimmo at the International Tin Association in achieving practical solutions to the challenges of responsible minerals sourcing. Kay has worked tirelessly over the past decade to create and...

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