Zinc of Ireland NL is an international base metals company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: ZMI) which is focused on the exploration, evaluation and development of an extensive portfolio of zinc-lead projects in the Republic of Ireland. 

Zinc of Ireland NL is an international base metals company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: ZMI) which is focused on the exploration, evaluation and development of an extensive portfolio of zinc-lead projects in the Republic of Ireland. 

With a maiden Mineral Resource already in place at its Kildare Project, ZMI has active exploration programs underway aimed at building a substantial zinc-lead inventory and moving rapidly towards development at an optimal time in the global zinc market.

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Investment Highlights

  • ~1000km2 land-holding in one of the world’s premier zinc provinces in Ireland
  • Seven projects with extensive drill-defined MVT zinc-lead mineralisation
  • Proximity to major global zinc operations (Navan Boliden Tara Mine, Lisheen)
  • A stable, mining-friendly jurisdiction with access to infrastructure and ports
  • Focus on Kildare MVT district – multiple prospects, outstanding exploration upside
  • Maiden JORC Inferred Mineral Resource of 5.2Mt at 8.5% combined Zn+Pb
  • Substantial exploration upside with recent near-mine and regional discoveries 
  • Pathway to production with option secured over 650,000tpa processing plant 
  • Positioned to capitalise on the strong fundamentals and outstanding outlook for zinc

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Why Zinc?

Strong Fundamentals

  • Zinc is the LME’s best performer in 2016.

  • LME zinc stockpiles are at 12 year lows, declining for the past four years.

  • Forecast to be a large deficit for the next two years and beyond.

  • Additional 3.0 - 3.5Mt zinc needed for the next 5 years to meet forecast demand and balance current deficit.

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