Tri-Star Resources Plc is an independent mining company which is quoted on the AIM market of the London Stock . Ticker: TSTR:LN
Our strategy is to be the western world’s leading integrated miner, producer and marketer of antimony metal and antimony tri-oxide products.
Antimony is an important minor metal with a wide range of industrial uses most notably as an additive in its trioxide form in flame retardant compounds particularly for printed circuit boards, computers and other electronic products. China has dominated production for the last century and accounts for 90% of the world supplies for the past decade.
Tri-Star Resources plc has a highly experienced management team with capabilities in exploration geology, mining, mineral processing, minor metal marketing & sales and finance. The company strategy is to be the western world’s leading integrated miner, producer and marketer of antimony metal and antimony tri-oxide products.
Tri-Star is proceeding to design and construct an antimony roaster with a capacity of 20,000 tonnes per annum of Metal and a value added downstream Antimony trioxide (ATO) manufacturing facility in the UAE, processing its own and third party concentrates.
In Western Turkey the company is advancing its mining and exploration antimony project and is actively exploring for antimony at its Canadian permits.
The company seeks to work to the highest environmental and social development standards in all of its activities, and have an internationally acceptable provenance on its products.
BRR media interview with Tri-Star Resources PLC Managing Director Emin Eyi, to hear the live commentary please follow the link below dated 25/10/13
The new British Geological Survey (BGS) Risk List 2012 ranks the threat to the globalsupply of the metals and other elements which are vital to our modern economy. The list highlights high-technology, ‘critical’ metals such as rare earths, tungsten and antimony where production and resources are concentrated in a few countries and so are at greater risk of supply disruption. The Risk List 2012 will help to focus future exploration activity, as well as research on greener production technologies and more
cost effective recycling.
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