Saindak Copper-Gold Mine is located near Saindak town in Chagai District of Balochistan, Pakistan. The discovery of copper deposits at Saindak was made in the 1970s in collaboration with a Chinese engineering firm. The Saindak Copper-Gold Project was set up by Saindak Metals Ltd, a company fully owned by the Government of Pakistan, by the end of 1995 at a cost of PKR 13.5 billion.

Pakistan and China signed a formal contract worth $350 million for development of Saindak Copper-Gold mine. The mine was leased for a 10-year period to Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. (MCC), a subsidiary of the China Metallurgical Group Corporation.


To systematically explore, evaluate and develop Saindak Copper-Gold Deposits and other Copper, Mine and Mineral resources in District Chagai, Balochistan.


To make Saindak Metals Limited, a vibrant organization, capable of bringing the mineable resources to a stage where investors (local and foreign) are attracted.