You will have to justify that with some evidence - as far as I am aware there was no extraction of tin and still is not.It seems that in south sweden there were vast amounts of tin. So there must have been a lot of travelling to that direction too.
There was copper in Norway but it was never exploited despite huge quantities of copper imported into the Danish area from Spain and Ireland together with tin from Cornwall and Brittany.
BTW tin itself is soft, can be scratched with a finger nail and was rarely used neet even for jewellery. The price we know from Mesopotamian records was extremely high - worth ten time the price of Silver by the time it reached the Euphrates.