Tin has been singled out by a study of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (“MIT”) as the most impacted metal by new technologies. This presentation will discuss; (i) how this element present in small concentration in the ULAB can be recovered in an efficient way; (ii) how it can have a positive impact on the financial performance of secondary lead operation if properly concentrated during the refining process; and (iii) how JGI Thailand can assist with the optimisation of its valorisation.
Boris Geuvens is the General Manager of JGI Thailand and has served as Raw Materials Manager of JGI-Hydrometal for the past 14 years.
Before incorporating JGI Thailand in July 2019, Boris was the Representative Office Manager of Jean Goldschmidt International SA in Thailand, where he has lived since 2009. Prior moving to Thailand, Boris started his career in 2003 in JGI-Hydrometal, a Belgium based group specializing in the recycling of complex residues and byproducts containing non-ferrous metals and operating 4 factories around the world (Belgium, Germany, France and Thailand).
Boris earned a Master Degree in Chemical Engineering from the Faculty of Applied Sciences of UCL (University Catholic of Louvain-La-Neuve) in 2003.