Alphamin updates Bisie mine plan

Alphamin Resources, which owns and operates Bisie in the DRC, has published a new NI 43-101 report. Bisie came online at the end of 2019 and is set to be one of the largest tin mines in the world. However, just as the mine was starting up, Alphamin was forced to...

Alphamin targets 10,000 tonnes in 2020

Alphamin Resources has announced its guidance for 2020, with tin-in-concentrate production of 9,000 – 10,000 tonnes expected. This comes on the back of positive Q4 2019 production. The company expects tin concentrate production in Q4 to test the upper reaches of...

Bridge collapse dampens Bisie outlook

Alphamin Resources has been struck a blow in its ramp-up to full production at its Bisie mine after a key bridge collapsed along its export route. Concentrate produced from Alphamin‘s Bisie mine is usually trucked over the Maiko Bridge at Lubutu, then to...

Production triples at Bisie

Alphamin has continued its ramp-up of the Bisie tin mine, producing nearly 2,500 tonnes of tin-in-concentrate during the third quarter. This is up 269% on the previous quarter according to the company. All three factors affecting tin production increased during the...

Alphamin begins final commissioning

Alphamin today announced that C4 commissioning of the processing plant at the Bisie tin project has been completed, marking the transition to the final stage of the commissioning process. C4 commissioning, also known as hot commissioning, began in May following...

New mines heating up

Progress is continuing at a rapid pace at Alphamin’s DRC-based Bisie mine. Last month, Alphamin reported that a US$ 12 million loan had been secured to ease the change in mining method as the site ramps up towards production. This month, Alphamin have reported that...

Tin mining sees recent investment flurry

With tin set to be the metal most impacted by future technologies, and tin supply slowing due to long-term declines in mine grades, new sources of tin need to be found. Junior mining companies are already working to get their development projects off the ground, while...

Bisie edges closer to full production

Alphamin have today announced that the Bisie tin project, Democratic Republic of Congo, is edging towards full production, with the front-end crushing circuit reaching nameplate capacity of some 60 tonnes per hour. The processing plant’s front-end crushing...

Alphamin secures $80 million loan for Bisie development

Toronto-listed Alphamin Resources has signed a US$80million credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders to help fund the development of its Bisie tin mine in DR Congo and hopes to raise the remaining required amount through private placements by the end of 2017. The...