Cobalt and lithium developer


MetalsTech offers a unique entry point into the exciting cobalt and lithium sector with the potential for substantial upside leverage tied to exploration success. We are developing a number of exciting projects prospective for cobalt and lithium with good access to infrastructure necessary for commercialisation.

Strategic project locations

MetalsTech has specifically targeted Ontario and Quebec as its cobalt and lithium exploration focus due to their relative:

  • Abundance of high grade cobalt and lithium deposits, including the neighbouring world-class Whabouchi Spodumene Mine owned by Nemaska Lithium (TSX.V.NMX) in Quebec
  • Well-developed road, rail and port infrastructure with excess capacity
  • Access to Port of Quebec and international shipping
  • Positive government stance on mining

By targeting cobalt and lithium discoveries in pro-mining geographies, MetalsTech seeks to minimize development risks and maximize the opportunities for strategic partnerships.

Location focus

MetalsTech is focused solely on the development of its cobalt and lithium projects in Ontario and Quebec, allowing it to concentrate operational resources and take advantage of multi-project synergies.

Initial focus on near surface resources

MetalsTech’s commercial conversion strategy includes a primary focus on near surface mineralisation which could facilitate early production and a lower risk path through development to operation.

Within the context of the Company’s long term exploration and development strategy, MetalsTech may pursue opportunistic co-development and infrastructure related transactions where they are accretive to shareholder value.

Highly experienced and focused board and management team

MetalsTech retains an executive team with a track record in identifying and commercializing world class resource deposits. It will continue to add technical bias as the exploration strategy unfolds.

Cobalt and lithium market strength

The sustained growth and development of lithium-ion battery technology, the rapid expansion of electric car market and mass energy storage facilities, the constrained supply of global lithium and cobalt and technological advances in lithium processing technology, linked with the growing investment from corporate conglomerates like Google, Apple and Tesla, is creating substantial new opportunities for large scale long term supply of lithium carbonates, lithium hydroxide and cobalt metal.