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Largest Mideast Mineral Research Center in Iran
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Largest Mideast Mineral Research Center in Iran

Iran Mineral Processing Research Center is the largest of its kind in the Middle East, said deputy head of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization, Amir Khorrami-Shad, during a ceremony to appoint Gholamreza Mola Taheri as the new head of the research center on Saturday.
“The IMPRC is not only ready and able to cooperate with state-owned and private firms, but is also prepared to undertake exploration projects in the neighboring countries,” IRNA quoted Khorrami-Shad as saying.
The official described the mineral experts at the research center as “the brains behind IMIDRO” and said their efforts in finding novel technologies for mineral production and processing enable Iran’s mineral products to have a stronger presence in foreign markets.
Iran Mineral Processing Research Center is located in Tehran and has four major divisions, namely mineralogy, chemistry, environment and mineral processing, offering a broad range of services to mining companies.

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