Tin Statistics

 

Tin Statistic (In Tonnes)

Period

Production of Tin-In-Concentrates

Imports of Tin-In-Concentrates
Refined Tin Production
Local Consumption
Exports of Tin Metal
1989
32,034
23,857
n.a
2,479
49,498
1990
28,468
21,732
n.a
3,143
52,704
1991
20,710
30,536
42,722
3,810
42,425
1992
14,339
33,147
45,598
4,569
45,150
1993
10,384
27,277
40,079
5,196
35,545
1994
6,458
35,583
37,990
5,614
35,317
1995
6,402
34,871
39,433
6,350
35,216
1996
5,174
32,343
38,051
5,996
34,342
1997
5,065
30,454
34,823
6,586
31,785
1998
5,756
21,961
27,201
5,453
22,376
1999
7,340
20,110
28,913
5,723
24,026
2000
6,307
19,276
26,228
5,639
20,614
2001
4,972
24,102
30,417
4,047
27,271
2002
4,214
22,904
30,887
3,896
27,075
2003
3,358
7,661
18,250
4,081
15,164
2004
2,742
26,901
33,914
4,652
29,820
2005
2,857
31,087
37,782
4,133
32,304
2006
2,398
15,979
22,850
4,904
19,267
2007
2,263
21,341
25,563
3,564
15,738
2008
2,602
24,350
31,690
3,521
21,813
2009
2,412
22,901
35,443
2,944
18,014
2010
2,668
30,589
38,771
2,942
33,697
2011
3,343
30,031
40,281
2,341
42,302
2012
3,725
26,537
37,823
2,083
37,212
2013
3,697
30,273
32,633
1,835
36,363
2014
3,777
31,610
35,018
1,581
35,221
2015
4,125
31,965
30,260
1,900
38,319
2016*
4,123
N.Y.A
26,849
2,238
26,982
2009
Jan.
182
3,190
2,289
81
832
Feb.
209
1,482
2,886
129
1,372
Mar.
189
2,437
2,513
177
1,199
Apr.
209
1,913
3,614
209
2,010
May
188
1,731
2,968
208
1,789
Jun
210
1,875
3,147
172
1,574
July
204
1,629
3,628
233
2,075
Aug.
196
1,236
3,771
297
1,351
Sep.
187
1,314
3,077
494
913
Oct.
193
1,600
2,196
373
1,912
Nov.
215
2,565
1,799
285
1,180
Dec.
230
1,929
3,555
286
1,807
2010
Jan.
192
2,071
3,028
178
2,188
Feb.
189
1,972
3,222
268
1,702
Mar.
193
3,707
3,165
240
3,415
Apr.
209
2,789
3,158
243
3,058
May
222
2,341
3,169
249
2,721
Jun
209
3,064
3,275
267
4,052
July
234
2,885
3,220
220
3,522
Aug.
241
2,596
3,692
267
3,103
Sep.
266
2,691
3,541
261
3,281
Oct.
222
2,224
2,457
196
2,346
Nov.
243
2,378
2,642
232
2,132
Dec.
248
1,871
4,202
321
2,177
2011
Jan.
237
1,820
2,446
209
2,629
Feb.
228
1,478
3,298
210
2,994
Mar.
263
1,950
3,993
291
3,248
Apr.
246
1,438
3,080
171
2,362
May
294
3,350
2,701
169
2,098
Jun
307
3,856
4,127
223
2,810
July
254
3,113
3,317
181
2,597
Aug.
291
1,979
4,364
187
3,355
Sep.
284
2,577
4,214
166
2,520
Oct.
293
2,587
2,968
197
5,551
Nov.
314
2,812
2,644
142
6,699
Dec.
332
3,071
3,129
195
5,439
2012
Jan.
311
1,652
3,820
150
5,205
Feb.
346
2,342
4,217
127
4,148
Mar.
325
1,966
4,218
183
2,411
Apr.
224
2,551
3,439
131
2,156
May
309
2,380
2,786
188
4,473
Jun
289
1,555
3,118
213
3,064
July
293
2,266
2,429
160
3,251
Aug.
326
1,899
2,563
212
3,418
Sep.
315
2,191
1,562
232
1,902
Oct.
311
2,255
3,262
178
3,187
Nov.
314
2,818
2,442
150
2,306
Dec.
362
2,662
3,966
159
1,691
2013
Jan.
356
2,389
3,014
136
1,673
Feb.
303
1,380
2,422
158
1,696
Mar.
327
2,101
3,163
176
2,488
Apr.
286
2,827
3,121
112
2,957
May
288
2,220
2,984
130
3,271
Jun
312
2,580
2,977
165
3,244
July
260
2,663
3,167
178
3,597
Aug.
311
2,704
2,618
168
3,470
Sep.
336
2,531
2,650
180
3,807
Oct.
259
2,741
1,756
176
3,211
Nov.
308
2,735
2,245
175
3,705
Dec.
342
3,405
2,516
118
3,247
2014
Jan.
288
3,307
2,662
105
3,314
Feb.
286
3,192
2,574
144
3,063
Mar.
319
2,173
2,546
138
2,215
Apr.
274
2,341
2,686
153
2,920
May
320
1,852
2,377
102
2,018
Jun 345
3,080
2,927
174
2,511
July
314
2,700
3,709
96
2,764
Aug. 326 2,259 3,841
134
3,293
Sep. 369 2,871

2,873

177 2,098
Oct. 296 1,566 3,008 80 2,292
Nov. 305 3,358 3,082 162 4,319
Dec. 335 2,911 2,733 116 4,414
2015
Jan
286
2,959
1,928
1202,451
Feb
276
2,119
2,342
123
2,747
Mar
334
2,566
3,051
205
2,968
Apr
314
2,082
2,417
85
5,294
May
353
2,772
2,712
159
3,964
June
344
2,880
2,824
158
2,628
July
362
2,748
2,854
157
3,748
Aug
346
2,294
2,672
158
4,867
Sept
360
2,749
2,549
182
2,494
Oct
382
2,884
2,066
166
2,755
Nov 371
2,722
2,382
176
2,056
Dec
397
3,190
2,463
211
2,347
2016*
Jan
357
2,667
2,550
167
2,172
Feb
304
2,273
2,939
205
2,779
Mar
377
1,697
2,611
213
3,153
Apr
361
2,333
2,381
233
2,849
May
349
1,984
2,529
2362,563
June
342
2,101
1,951
151
2,029
July
311
2,054
1,873
116
1,720
Aug
303
N.Y.A2,159
200
2,238
Sept335
N.Y.A1,865
204
1,730
Oct
347
N.Y.A1,920
173
1,766
Nov
359
N.Y.A1,977
154
2,149
Dec
378
N.Y.A2,094
186
1,834













 


 

  • * : The figure include high-grade tin (99.9% Sn) imported for consumption.
  • ** : Preliminary
  • N.Y.A : Not Yet Available
  • Sources:
    • Department of Mineral and Geoscience Malaysia.
    • Malaysia Semelting Corporation Bhd.

Note :

Local Consumption of tin metal refers to the use of the in a particular application.

Sales to manufacturing industries have been used as proxy for consumption except in the case of manufacture of tinplate for which actual consumption data are available.

 


 

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