Tin One Mining, which owns the Syrymbet project, has begun progressing towards its definitive feasibility study (DFS) by awarding the process and engineering design contract to DRA Global.

The Syrymbet project, located in northern , is one of the largest undeveloped tin projects in the world with a JORC reserve of 485,900 tonnes of contained tin. Stripping work began in May 2019, but the company are yet to publish a DFS, which will detail the economic viability of the project and will be used as the basis for the design and construction of the mine. DRA Global has previously worked on the Bisie project, located in the Democratic Republic of Congo and owned by Alphamin Resources. Plans to build the processing plant and concentrator were announced in 2016, with a nameplate capacity of just over 6,000 tonnes of tin per year, but these will likely be redesigned by DRA Global to maximise the economics.