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Elementos' Chris Dunks discussed tapping the tin shortfall at Proactive's CEO Sessions

Chris Dunks discussed tin production timeline at Proactive's CEO Sessions.
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Chris Dunks, executive director, Elementos

Elementos' (ASX:ELT) executive director, Chris Dunks, joined Proactive's CEO Sessions in Melbourne on Tuesday 25th July and Sydney on Wednesday 26th July.

Elementos has positioned itself to tap into the increasing tin demand which is being driven by a renewable energy.

Currently tin stocks are near historic lows, and these are predicted to fall below the 2 weeks supply/consumption ratio.

There is a 40,000 tonnes per annum shortfall in global tin production forecast by 2020.

Elementos is scheduled to commence tin production from Tasmania in 2019.

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