PRICING NOTICE: Tin spot premium 99.9% $ per tonne in-warehouse Rotterdam, to include metal content of up to 99.95%

Metal Bulletin prices European tin premiums for 99.9% pure material as per the specifications below:

Metal Bulletin’s European tin premiums for 99.9% pure material includes materials matching the specifications outlined below, to include metal content up to 99.95%

Price: $ per tonne tin above LME price, in-warehouse Rotterdam
Tin: 99.9%
Al: 0.001% max
As: 0.03% max
Bi: 0.03% max
Cd: 0.001% max
Cu: 0.05% max
Fe: 0.01% max
Pb: 0.05% max
Sb: 0.05% max
Zn: 0.001% max
Total max: 0.10%
Total impurities must not exceed 0.10%
Form: Ingot
Ingot weight: 25 kg
Ingots per bundle: 40
Bundle weight: 1 tonne (+/- 0.5%)

Tin: 99.93%
Al: 0.001% max
As: 0.01% max
Bi: 0.03% max
Cd: 0.001% max
Cu: 0.05% max
Fe: 0.01% max
Pb: 0.03% max
Sb: 0.015% max
Zn: 0.001% max
Total max: 0.07%
Total impurities must not exceed 0.07%
Form: Ingot
Ingot weight: 25 kg
Ingots per bundle: 40
Bundle weight: 1 tonne (+/- 0.5%)

Tin: 99.95%
Al: 0.001% max
As: 0.01% max
Bi: 0.03% max
Cd: 0.001% max
Cu: 0.05% max
Fe: 0.01% max
Pb: 0.01% max
Sb: 0.015% max
Zn: 0.001% max
Total max: 0.05%
Total impurities must not exceed 0.05%
Form: Ingot
Ingot weight: 25 kg
Ingots per bundle: 40
Bundle weight: 1 tonne (+/- 0.5%)

Payment terms: cash; other payment terms normalised
Assessment: on Wednesdays and Fridays by Metal Bulletin’s London office, except when that office is closed for public holidays. Such dates will be notified well in advance. 
Publication: between 2pm and 3pm London time on Wednesdays and Fridays

If you have any questions or comments to make on the specification for tin premiums, please email reporter Claire Hack at chack@metalbulletin.com

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