We starting by inquiring mining research permit from local authority after completing all process, then we enquiry for a small mine permit.







With specialization in small mine works, we produce and market metals and minerals such as Copper, Cobalt, Tin, Tantalum, and Tungsten by-products in different forms. Along with mining and processing minerals and by-products, we also market and supply them to a wide range of industries such as electronics, automotive, construction, and others.

We mine and process ores in the key mining regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo that is known for its Copper and Cobalt reserves. As a small mining company, MIT Minerals starts working by inquiring mining research permits from the local authority by following all the necessary processes. Once we find a site to start our work, we apply for the small mine permit before mining and processing metals and minerals for commercial use.

Our Expertise

Copper mining and processing

Our copper assets mainly belong in different mining regions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Copper is one of the widely used metals in various industries because of its superior electrical conductivity property. It is mainly used in electrical, electronics, and heat exchange applications. We have also witnessed a growing demand for copper and its by-products in the sustainable energy sectors.

Cobalt mining and processing

We produce cobalt mainly as a by-product of copper from our mines.  Cobalt is used as a key material in batteries and portable electronics. As the automobile industry is witnessing the electric vehicle revolution, we have seen a rising demand for the metal for the batteries used in electric vehicles. Cobalt is also used as a super alloy in aircraft engines for its superior quality.

Tin, Tantalum, and Tungsten mining and processing

These minerals are commonly 3Ts or conflict minerals because of their properties. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is one of the leading producers of these minerals globally. These minerals are widely used in industries like electronics, construction, healthcare, automotive, lighting, and aerospace.