Bosch Rexroth is the subsidary of Robert Bosch GmbH.
According to its website, Bosch Rexroth maintains a relationship with Iran through the Iranian company Narvan Arra Ltd. (Bosch Rexroth Website, “Contact Service Hydraulics: Iran”). On its respective website, Narvan Arra states that “as the Sole Distributor and Service Partner for the entire Bosch Rexroth Group, [it] provides high quality components, modules or complete system solutions for Bosch Rexroth in Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Service Automation, Electric Drives and Controls, Linear Motion and Assembly Technology.” (Narvan Arra Website, “Homepage”) Narvan Arra’s website states that the Bosch Rexroth partnership commenced in 1997. (Narvan Arra Website, “Drive and Control”)
Rexroth AG manager Wolfgang Paul Rexroth is listed as a member of the German-Iran Chamber of Commerce election committee. (AHK Website, “AHK Iran: Board Elections”)
“Multiple companies currently exploring new business ventures in Iran are also cashing in on highly lucrative contracts with the U.S. Defense Department, raising questions about whether their dealings with Iran could run afoul of U.S. law. At least 13 major international companies have said in recent weeks that they aim to reenter the Iranian marketplace over the next several months. The companies have received Pentagon contracts totaling well over $107 billion, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis that tracked DoD contracts awarded since fiscal year 2009. Many of the companies, which include carmaker Renault and oil giants such as BP, have already sent high-level trade delegations to Tehran to meet with Iranian officials about striking new business deals…These companies include Boeing and General Electric—which have DoD contracts worth $87 and $12 billion respectively—as well as the Italian oil company Eni, Merck, Safran, Vitol, Bosch Rexroth, Sanofi Pastuer, and AVL.” (Washington Free Beacon, “Pentagon Contractors Exploring Business with Iran,” 2/25/14)