Bisie tin project prompts Alphamin Resources leadership restructuring

Progress at Mauritius-based Alphamin Resources’ Bisie tin mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo has led the company to alter its leadership structure, with the project now a step closer to full production after the conclusion of its commissioning phase.

Alphamin’s chief executive officer, Boris Kamstra, stepped down after four years in the role earlier this week, making way for the appointment of Maritz Smith as his replacement, the company said in a statement on August 12. Kamstra will remain at Alphamin, serving as an executive director handling investor relations, tin marketing and value-add projects. During his tenure, Kamstra took the Bisie project - which some industry participants consider the most promising tin project in the world based on tin-grade - through its mine build phase, its negotiations for local stakeholder...

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Hassan Butt

August 16, 2019

15:55 GMT

London