Morris Material Handling
Morris Material Handling, an American subsidiary of Konecranes, is a construction equipment company that specializes in overhead cranes for industrial, shipping, and nuclear applications, as well as hoists and replacement parts (Company Website). Morris claims that its products are in use in over 30,000 sites around the world (Company Website).
Hoist Magazine, a trade journal, reported that Morris sold crane kits to the Iran-based Arian Company, which generated $900,000 in sales in the year 2000 alone ("Morris Firms Relationships in Middle Eastern Region").
The British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce notes that Alperton Ltd, a British engineering company, operates dealerships for Morris cranes in Iran (BICC).
In addition to their wide application in the petrochemical, oil, natural gas, and nuclear industries, Iran has used overhead cranes to publicly execute political prisoners ("Khomeini fatwa led to killing of 30,000 in Iran").