Metals and Mining
Company Overview of Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation
Pakistan Mineral Development Corporation operates coal mines, salt mines/quarries, and a silica sand quarry. Its activities include exploration and evaluation of economic mineral deposits, preparation of techno-economic feasibility reports, mining, and marketing. The company’s consultation services include mineral exploration, geochemical exploration, mineral resources evaluation, mine survey, mine feasibility studies, and mine development. Pakistan Mineral Development was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Founded in 1974
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