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Tin International signs binding JV agreement

Post By: Tom Mulqueen on Wednesday, 01 March 2017

Tin International AG, 61.5% owned by Deutsche Rohstoff AG, has announced that it has signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding with Lithium Australia NL to establish a Joint Venture Company (JV). Tin International's Sadisdorf tin deposit in the Erzgebirge region of Saxony, Germany, will become the new company's core asset.

Lithium Australia NL has developed economically viable processing technology for some lithium ores as well as holding a global portfolio of lithium deposits. The company will be able to...

Tin International switches targets for 2014

Post By: Peter Kettle on Friday, 03 January 2014

Tin International , established by Deutsche Rohstoff AG as a holding vehicle for its tin assets in East Germany, has put development of its two large tin projects on hold following further delays to a planned IPO in Australia as a result of adverse market conditions. It will now concentrate on the smaller Sadisdorf project, rather than the Gottesberg and Geyer assets. A preliminary assessment of historical data by consultants CSA Global indicates a resource at Sadisdorf in the...

Tin International widens Saxony exploration

Post By: Peter Kettle on Thursday, 14 February 2013

Tin International (TIN), a subsidiary of Deutsche Rohstoff AG which is planning an Australian Securities Exchange listing, is to expand its tin exploration work in eastern Germany. The company currently has two large tin projects, Gottesberg and Geyer, in the area.

The Saxon Mining Authority advised that TIN received an exploration licence for five years for the area around Sadisdorf in the eastern part of the Erzgebirge ("ore mountains") area. TIN won the licence against two competing companies. Sadisdorf...

Saxony Mines explores more German tin potential

Post By: Peter Kettle on Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Saxony Mines Ltd, a newly-formed wholly owned subsidiary of Australian gold explorer Indo Gold Ltd, is investigating the possibility of establishing a large-scale underground tin mine in the "Ore Mountains" on the German/Czech border. Its Westerzgebirge project is the third major player in the area, with Tin International also active in Germany and European Metals in the Czech Republic.

The project includes several deposits with an historical resource of 243,000 t of tin at an average grade of 0.34%....

Tin International plans ASX launch

Post By: Peter Kettle on Friday, 12 October 2012

Tin International Ltd (TIN) is currently approaching potential investors in Australia, Asia and Europe regarding a planned IPO on the Australian Securities Exchange before the end of the year. TIN, which is majority controlled by Deutsche Rohstoff AG, owns two tin projects in East Germany. Australian finance house Helmsec is a significant minority shareholder. Helmsec director Tony Lethlean told The Australian newspaper that the company should achieve a market valuation of $70 million through the listing. He noted that...

East German drilling programme completed

Post By: Peter Kettle on Monday, 30 April 2012

Deutsche Rohstoff AG and its majority owned Australian company Tin International Limited successfully completed its first drilling program at its 100% owned Gottesberg and Geyer tin projects Saxony, Germany. Between November 2011 and April 2012, a total of eight holes were drilled for 2,150 meters of confirmatory drilling between both projects. The program was designed to confirm the historical resource estimate, which was prepared in the 1970s and 1980s by German Democratic Republic geologists. Tin International has appointed an...

New company to develop German tin deposits

Post By: Peter Kettle on Saturday, 08 October 2011

A new Australian-based company has been formed to assess the development potential of two very large tin deposits in Saxony in eastern Germany estimated to contain some 180,000 tonnes of tin. Deutsche Rohstoff AG has spun off its tin assets into a new company, Tin International Limited (TIN), with the aim of attracting Asia-Pacific investors and a planned initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2012. Within the first round of financing, private and institutional investors...

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