7th World Antimony Forum

June 13-14, 2019
Changsha, Hunan, China

7th Refractory & Abrasive Materials Summit 2019

May 23-24, 2019
Qingdao, Shandong, China

10th Aluminum Raw Materials Summit

May 16-17, 2019
Zhengzhou, Henan, China

11th Rare Earth Summit

May 9-10, 2019
Qingdao, Shandong, China

8th Magnesium Summit

April 11-12, 2019
Zhuhai, Guangdong, China

12th World InBiGeGa Forum

March 14-15, 2019
Zhuhai, Guangdong, China

6th World Manganese & Selenium Forum

May 21-22, 2018
Hainan Sanya, China

6th World Antimony Forum

April 23-24, 2018
Zhangjiajie, China

6th International Refractories & Abrasives Summit

April 19-20, 2018
Beijing, China
Business Visits

Asian Metal visits Yunnan Tin Company, Yunnan Maoxiang Metal Trading and Yunnan Jingpengyuan Economic and Trade

On 17th January 2018, Yao Guangzhi, the market analyst of Asian Metal visited Yunnan Tin Company, Yunnan Maoxiang Metal Trading Co., Ltd. and Yunnan Jingpengyuan Economic and Trade Co., Ltd. with Wang Yang from Guomao Qirun Asset Management Co., Ltd. and Qiu Zuxue from Industrial Securities and his client.
On the morning of 17th January, Yao Guangzhi visited Yunnan Tin Company with Wang Yang of Guomao Qirun Asset Management Co., Ltd., Qiu Zuxue from Industrial Securities, Zhai Yuhang from China AMC, Lai Zhengjian and Wang Wei from Chenxi Fund and Zou Lihu from UBC SDIC, who conducted in-depth communication and discussion with Li Wenyue, Ye Yongsheng, Xiao Daming and Tao Qing Fang from the marketing department of the company. The two parties both believed that the supply of tin ore will remain relatively stable in the Chinese market in 2018, while that for Burma origin tin concentrate will reduce to some extent. In addition, Yunnan Tin Company made a brief introduction on its operation circumstances over the past few years. Furthermore, the company gave highly recognition and affirmation of tin research results of Asian Metal and expressed great interest in participating in the World Tin Mining Forum to be held on 21 to 22 May in Kunming.
On the afternoon of 17th January, Yao Guangzhi, as well as above participants, visited Yunnan Maoxiang Metal Trading Co., Ltd. The two parties exchanged opinions on the supply of Burma-origin tin ore over the recent few years. In addition, Zhang Zhicheng from Maoxiang Metal also gave estimate to the tin ore prices in the futures market.
Subsequently, Yao Guangzhi with above members visited Yunnan Jingpengyuan Economic and Trade Co., Ltd. and was warmly received by Gu Cheng, vice general manager and Zhang Shuyun and Chen Zhiguo, business managers. The two parties conducted friendly communications on the supply of Burma origin tin ore in 2018. The company revealed that the supply of tin ore will reduce slightly in 2018 and that they will actively participate in the World Tin Mining Forum to be held on 21 to 22 May in Kunming.
Asian Metal
Asian Metal
Second row from left: Zhai Yuhang from China AMC, Wangwei from Chenxi Fund, Qiu Zuxue from Industrial Securities, Yao Guangzhi from Asian Metal and Ye Yongsheng from Yunnan Tin Company
Front row fromleft: Li Wenyue from Yunnan Tin Company, Wang Yang from Gumao Qirun Asset Management, Tao Qingfang from Yunnan Tin Company, Zou Lihu from UBC SDIC, Xiao Daming from Yunnan Tin Company and Lai Zhengjian from Chenxi Fund
From left: Wang Yang rom Guomao Qirun Asset Management, Yao Guangzhi from Asian Metal, Zhang Zhicheng from Yunnan Maoxiang Metal Trading , Zhai Yuhang from China AMC, Zou Lihu from UBC SDIC, Lai Zhenjian and Wang Wei from Chenxi Fund
Asian Metal
Second row from left: Chen Zhiguo and Gucheng from Jingpengyuan Economic and Trade, Yao Guangzhi from Asian Metal, Lai Zhengjian Chenxi Fund and Zhai Yuhang from China AMC
Front row from left: Wang Wei and Zhang Shuyun from Jingpengyuan Economic and Trade, Wang Yang from Guomao Qirun Asset Management, Qiu Zuxue from Industrial Securities and Zou Lihu from UBC SDIC