We have embarked on significant ventures in Morocco, specifically focusing on zinc and lead mining. This strategic move aligns with our vision to tap into the region's abundant mineral resources and contribute to sustainable economic development.

Our exploration and mining operations in Morocco are designed to unlock the potential of zinc and lead deposits, creating local employment opportunities and championing responsible mining practices. We are optimistic that our investments will not only enhance our global presence but also have a positive impact on the communities where we operate.

In Turkey, our attention has turned to zinc and lead mining in the eastern and central regions. Turkey has emerged as a key player in the mining industry, providing a conducive environment for growth and development.
Our investments in these areas underscore our commitment to leveraging Turkey's mineral wealth while upholding the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility.

By expanding our presence in both Morocco and Turkey, our goal is to diversify our portfolio and contribute to the overall growth of the mining sector in Africa. We believe that these investments will not only strengthen our company's standing in the global market but also cultivate mutually beneficial partnerships with local stakeholders.

As we venture into these initiatives, our company remains steadfast in its commitment to sustainable practices, ethical conduct, and community engagement. We are confident that our mining operations will act as a catalyst for positive change, fostering economic prosperity and nurturing enduring relationships with the regions in which we operate.
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Hakkari Zinc Project

The Hakkari Zinc Project is located in the southeastern region of Turkey, approximately 10 km west of the town of Hakkari, within a broad 20 km wide and 100 km long east–west belt extending from 60 km east of Hakkari and Şirnak Provincial boundary.

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Kayseri Zinc Project

Kayseri Zinc Mining project is situated at an aerial distance of about 290km from Türkiye's Capital, Ankara, and at about 45km south of Kayseri.