Over the last decade, increasing demand for mining commodities has led to rapid and large scale development of mining exploration and recovery activities in Pakistan. In many cases, the legislative regimes have had to react to this by developing improved legal frameworks to allow foreign and local investment in mineral extraction. However, the position varies signicantly between the more mature mining location in Balochistan for Pumice, Copper Ore, Iron Ore, Fibrous Gypsum, Sulfur, PGM Ore, Mica. Lead Ore, Gypsum Selenite and Barytes Chromite, emerging markets such as China Dubai, Turkey, USA, Malaysia and Vietnam, which are faced with the challenge of trying to introduce a clear set of laws and policies to cover the technical and commercial issues of mining activities, while trying to keep pace with the rapid economic growth and demand from foreign investors. In this guide, we compare some of the legal issues faced by foreign investors when considering investment in a mining project in four of the rapidly developing mining hotspots within the Pakistan.
Pumice stone is a lightweight, porous igneous rock that forms during explosive volcanic eruptions, It has long been used as an abrasive in cleaning, polishing, cosmetic, skin care products and scouring compounds, It is also employed as a lightweight aggregate in precast masonry units, poured concrete, insulation, acoustic tile, and plasters.
Due to its non-availability in Pakistan previously it was importing from other countries, due to that It was not feasible economically to use in many products manufactured in Pakistan.
Good news for manufacturer now they can produce products base on pumice stone. Because it’s huge deposits found in Pakistan and mining process has been already started, now it is available in local market in very economical prices
Pumice Stone Textile Grade: Pumice has long been used for washing of denim and other hosiery garments, leather garments and goods.