Mine and Minerals

Pakistan is rich in mineral resources, including both metallic and non-metallic minerals. Sarp Enterprises is an exporter and minerals suppliers in Pakistan. We deals in different sorts of metallic and non-metallic minerals from Pakistan. Company has potential to become a significant mineral supplier regionally and globally, given the proper investment in exploration, mining technology, infrastructure, and regulatory frameworks. We provide unmatched quality of goods to our valued customers while maintaining high standards of production as well as to supply superior quality products to our customers.

Some of the key minerals found include:

  • Coal: Pakistan has substantial coal reserves, primarily located in the Thar Desert. The development of Thar coal reserves is a significant focus for energy production and reducing dependency on imported fuels.
  • Chromite: The primary use of chromite is in the production of chromium metal, which is widely used in metallurgy, stainless steel production, and various industrial applications. Chromium compounds derived from chromite are also used in the manufacturing of pigments, refractories, and chemicals
  • Soap Stone: Soapstone is a versatile and durable material commonly used for various applications, including countertops, sinks, fireplaces, and sculptures. Its unique properties make it highly sought after in construction and artistic endeavors.
  • Lead: Lead has been used for various purposes throughout history. Some common applications include batteries (though less so now due to environmental concerns), ammunition, plumbing, radiation shielding, and in the production of lead-based pigments for paints.
  • Silica Mica & Silica Quartz: Silica quartz has numerous industrial applications due to its unique properties. It is a primary component in the manufacturing of glass, ceramics, and silicon semiconductors. It is also used in foundry molds, abrasives, and filtration systems due to its high hardness and chemical inertness.
  • Iron Ore: Iron ore deposits are found in various parts of Pakistan, particularly in the Chiniot and Kalabagh regions.
  • Copper: Large copper deposits exist in Balochistan province, particularly in the Saindak area.
  • Gypsum: Pakistan is one of the largest producers of gypsum globally, with extensive deposits found in Punjab and Balochistan provinces.
  • Salt: Pakistan is renowned for its salt mines, particularly the Khewra Salt Mine, one of the world’s oldest and largest salt mines.
  • Limestone: Extensive limestone deposits are found in various parts of Pakistan, including the Salt Range and the Margalla Hills.

These minerals are essential for various industries, including construction, energy, manufacturing, and agriculture.