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Many applications need tin





 

For the modern quality of life tin is an important component.

New energy and electronics technologies work with the help of tin, for example with solder. There\-s the 5G-based industry, for example, which needs the metal in the so-called fourth industrial revolution. Tin is also present in electric vehicles and other climate change-related infrastructure. The longer-term demand outlook is therefore generally seen as positive. Another growing area that should provide more demand is tin chemicals, such as for PVC stabilizers. Tin is currently used as a component of tinplate in food cans or even in lids. The use of tin in lead-acid batteries, especially in China, is expected to increase with more hybrid cars and vehicles with start-stop technology. Brake pads, for example, contain tin and other alloys, as do lithium-ion batteries.

Tin prices are rather volatile. In 2011, a ton of tin cost around 24,000 euros; in November 2021, tin prices reached a record high of more than 35,000 euros per ton. In U.S. dollar terms, the price even exceeded 40,000 U.S. dollars per ton. Today, just under 20,000 euros is payable. However, tin is more stable in value than paper currencies. From a historical point of view, tin has appreciated in value, albeit creepily. On the international stock exchanges, the raw material is traded in U.S. dollars, so it is currency dependent. In 2021, approximately 378,000 tons of tin were produced worldwide. Investors who, like many analysts, expect tin demand to rise should take a look at Tin One Resources or First Tin.

Tin One Resources\- – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOsG2wWURp4 – tin projects are located in Tasmania and New South Wales in Australia. High-grade drilling results are available.

First Tin – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bomWcs8Y8Vg – plans to produce on two projects in the next three years. These are located in Australia and Germany.

Current corporate information and press releases from First Tin (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/first-tin-plc/ -).

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