AfriMet Resources is an Africa focused and Africa driven trading and development company specialized in the supply of Tin, Columbite, Lithium and Tantalum concentrates in Africa
AfriMet Resources is part of the Vanomet Group of companies, an established steel merchant. The company was started in 2019 by Hadley Natus and supported by experienced members of the team, from trading through to asset development. Vanomet was established in 1991 as a steel trader, and has since then built a successful track record in its industry and is one of the leading merchants of physical steel and ferrous raw materials, based in Zug, Switzerland.
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AfriMet Resources started operations in 2019 and is operational in DRC, Nigeria, Burundi and Brazil, have grown the business YOY since inception. We have a staff compliment of 120 people across Africa, Switzerland and Brazil.
We are an stablished integrated Tin, Tantalum and Columbite concentrates trader with the view that through our development of assets in the regions we operate in will give us the base to be a long term supplier of critical metals to the market.
Through our strategic investments in both Andrada Mining Ltd and Tantalex Lithium Resources Corp respectively, these investments will give rise to constant tradeable volumes of Tin and Tantalum concentrates at preferential terms and allow AfriMet to build the trading and flows of Lithium concentrates (SC6) in the near future. Our strategy is to place AfriMet in the forefront of supply of these critical metals, namely Tin, Tantalum and Lithium and to build and develop in the regions we operate in with the community and further development of the people, resources and economy at the forefront of our plans.
Tantalex Lithium Resources Corp
Tantalex is a Canadian junior mining company operating in DRC and developing Lithium, Tin and Tantalum
Andrada holds a portfolio of production, development and exploration assets in Africa. His vision is to leverage his profitable pilot plant operations in tin to expand his footprint in a unique metallogenic province of new technology metals.