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AfriTin starts scale up programme at Uis mine

Work is underway to upgrade the pilot plant to 65 tonnes of tin concentrate per month

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Namibia-based tin group AfriTin Mining Ltd (LON:ATM) is on track to produce its first concentrate from the Uis mine by the end of the year.

Work is underway to upgrade the pilot plant to 65 tonnes per month of tin concentrate.

READ: AfriTin ​announces ‘excellent’ results of Dense Medium Separation test work at Uis Tin Mine

AfriTin will use knowledge gained from the pilot operation as part of a bankable feasibility study after which plant production will ramp up to up to 5,000 tons per year.

Alongside the pilot operation, AfriTin will carry out a detailed exploration programme and map out a long-term mine plan.

The company raised £6mln in May to fund the exploration plans and work on the bankable feasibility study.

Losses in the year to February were £1.53mln.

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