Iran’s largest car manufacturer, Iran Khodro Industrial Group (IKCO), and Germany’s giant car manufacture Mercedes Benz have signed a contract to establish a joint venture for selling new products and offering after-sale services in Iran.
Iranian researchers have managed to indigenize and mass produce a series of electronic equipment used in power and petrochemical industries.
Following a few years of hiatus, Sweden’s Volvo Group has eventually resumed exporting its cars to Iran indirectly through its German partner Heico Sportiv.
A group of women are being trained in the city of Borujerd in western Iranian province of Lorestan to become auto mechanics.
An Iranian production unit has managed to make paper from stone using indigenous technology, making Iran one of the few countries in the world to have the knowhow.
Iranian people have warmly welcomed campaigns aimed at supporting the country’s domestic food industry, particularly one recently created for Iranian-made chewing gums.
Tuyserkan County in the western province of Hamadan is known as the hub of Iran’s furniture manufacturing and wood carving thanks to its large number of walnut trees and the creative and hardworking people living there.
Iranian researchers has developed a versatile-mini tractor capable of being used on different types of land.
The second edition of Iran International Aluminum Expo will be held in Markazi province in central Iran in late September.
An Iranian knowledge-based company is to export its resistance welding electrodes, much in demand by auto makers, to international markets.