Our business is tin recycling.
We are producing high-grade pure Tin, Tin alloy, Silver, Lead and Copper from secondary raw materials. We have been active globally in sales and purchasing since the company’s inception. Our expertise in refining Tin has been continuously developed up to 99.999% purity.
We have dedicated to improving our technology and add high value to our manufacturing activity. Our continuous effort enabled to recycle low grade Tin waste into high-grade pure Tin 99.9% up to 99.999% today.
We believe mutual trust is essential to develop business relationship.
Purchase of tin waste
We understand the importance of providing reliable and timely service to our raw material suppliers, and we are dedicated to offering the finest service possible.
Production of Pure Tin and Silver
O.M. produces solder alloys and pure tin.
We have requirements for pure tin that range from 99.9% to 99.999%.
We have standards that fit practically any solder producer, and we also deliver to any industry, according to any customer request. For further information, please contact us.
CONFLICT MINERAL POLICYS
The minerals tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold are internationally recognized as conflict minerals. Particularly in African countries such as the Republic of Congo, where minerals are produced, they may be a source of funding for armed groups. In recent years, for the reasons mentioned above, As a responsible corporate citizen, we avoid use of conflict minerals throughout their supply chains in order to prevent human rights abuses such as child labor and forced labor associated with conflicts.
As part of our efforts to address conflict minerals, we are regularly inspected by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) and certified as a Conformant Smelter & Refiner. In addition, as part of our commitment to responsible mineral sourcing, we have implemented a warning recognition system as part of our compliance with the Responsible Minerals Assurance Process (RMAP). We investigate the presence of conflict minerals in our raw materials and avoid handling conflict minerals.