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MAN

Industry: 
Automotive, Engineering, Manufacturing
Symbol: 
FWB : MAN
Country: 
Germany
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MAN SE is a subsidiary of Volkswagen

MAN SE lists six Iranian dealers for its commerical vehicles. (MAN Website, "MAN Dealership Search: Iran")

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"German engineering  firm MAN SE rejected accusations by a U.S. lobby group it was violating European Union sanctions against Iran, saying it was complying with all regulations. The group 'United Against Nuclear Iran'  claims MAN was involved in the construction  of oil tankers for Iran, fitting vessels with MAN engines and also selling vehicles to the country, according to a statement on the group's website, dated Jan. 9. MAN said on Wednesday that it had decided in 2010 not to take on new business  with Iran and was fulfilling contracts it signed before 2010, in accordance with international law." (Reuters, "Germany's MAN rejects charges it violates Iran embargo," 1/16/2013)

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"German truck makers such as MAN SE and Daimler have been recalcitrant about ending their lucrative trade relationship with Iran. Dominique Nadelhofer, a MAN spokesman, told the Post his firm had dealt with its Nazi history and so met its responsibility toward Israel's security." (Jerusalem Post, "Berlin bans sale of trucks to Syria, Iran," 6/23/09)

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"Iranian oil ministry will sue the German Company MAN for not fulfilling its commitment at Shazand refinery, Mehr news agency reported Monday. MAN had to deliver high tech equipments such as turbo compressors and train Iranian technicians adequately but none was done, Mehr cited Alireza Zeyghami, the MD of the National Iranian Oil Company for Refining and Distribution. Zeyghami stated the contract with MAN was signed before the sanctions were imposed on Iran adding the oil minister has consequently ordered to stop license contracts with European firms at refinery projects. The news agency says that MAN was not the only European company which has not fulfilled its duties." (Tehran Times, "Iranian oil ministry to sue German company for breach of contract," 4/9/2012)

Automotive and manufacturing company. Subsidiary of Volkswagen. Lists six Iranian dealers for its commercial vehicles.

Maiko Engineering

Industry: 
Engineering
Country: 
Germany
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Maiko works in Iran through its Iranian agency, Aran Afra Corp. (Maiko Website, "Agencies Worldwide") 

Engineering company and tool manufacturer. Represented by Aran Afra Corp. in Iran.

Lahmeyer International

Industry: 
Engineering
Country: 
Germany
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Lahmeyer has engaged in 6 projects in Iran. (Lahmeyer Wesbite, "Projects, Iran")

Engineering group specializing in energy, water and civil engineering projects. Has engaged in 6 projects in Iran.

Steuler KCH

Industry: 
Chemicals, Engineering
Country: 
Germany
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According to its Company Website, STEULER KCH attended Iran's 19th annual international Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition. (STEULER KCH Website, “News: Fairs Worldwide,” 5/6-5/9/14) 

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Participated in the 2012 Iran Oil Show.

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Steuler is a German engineering company that specializes in surface protective systems, refractory systems and plastics engineering. Steuler works in Iran through its Iranian subsidiary, Aderan Dej. Co. (Steuler Website, "Worldwide Subsidiaries")

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Steuler also works in Iran through an Iranian agency, Kasra Industrial Lining and Coating Consultant Co. (Kasra Website, "Homepage")

 

Develops, produces and installs chemically, mechanically and thermally resistant materials and lining systems for steel and concrete structures. Works in Iran through Aderan Dej. Co and Kasra Industrial Lining and Coating Consultant. Participated in the 2012 Iran Oil Show.

Deutz

Industry: 
Engineering
States: 
GA
Country: 
Germany
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According to its website, Deutz has a branch office in Tehran. (Deutz Website, "Partner List")

Engine manufacturer has a branch office in Tehran.

Carl Zeiss Microimaging

Industry: 
Engineering
Country: 
Germany
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Carl Zeiss Microimaging does business in Iran through an Iranian distributor, Marestan.

Carl Zeiss equipment is advertised on Marestan's website and the Zeiss logo is mounted on their Tehran office. (Marestan Website, "An Introduction to Marestan")

Optical technology company does business in Iran through distributor, Marestan.

Bosch Rexroth

Industry: 
Engineering
Value of USG Contracts: 
193
Value of USG Contract Source: 
http://usaspending.gov/explore?frompage=contracts&tab=By%20Prime%20Awardee&contractorid=318280815&contractorname=BOSCH%20REXROTH%20B%20V&frompage=contracts&comingfrom=searchresults&fiscal_year=all
States: 
IL
KY
MI
NC
OH
PA
SC
Country: 
Germany
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Bosch Rexroth is the subsidary of Robert Bosch GmbH.

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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”)

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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”) 

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“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 EniMerckSafranVitol, Bosch Rexroth, Sanofi Pastuer, and AVL.” (Washington Free Beacon, “Pentagon Contractors Exploring Business with Iran,” 2/25/14)

Manufactures products and systems associated with the control and motion of industrial and mobile equipment. Works in Iran through its partner, Narvan Arra.

Antonov Co.

Industry: 
Aerospace, Manufacturing
Country: 
Ukraine
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"The Persian Gulf country will buy two Ukrainian-made Antonov-158s, after a test flight of the aircraft earlier this month, Mohammad-Ali Sirati, managing director of the Iranian aircraft company, was cited as saying by the official Islamic Republic News Agency. The countries then will start to jointly build the aircraft next year, Sirati, whose company will be in charge of the project, said in Tehran yesterday. Some 30 percent of each plane will be made in Iran, state-run media reported." (Business Week, "Iran Says Antonov-158 Built With Ukraine May Fly in 2013," 10/6/2011)

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Antonov lists on its website that their AN-24 turboprop aircraft is serially produced at HESA plant in Isfahan, Iran. (Antonov website)

SPG Steiner

Industry: 
Energy, Engineering
Country: 
Germany
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SPG is a German engineering firm that designs components for the oil and gas industry, covering production, processing, storage, and distribution (Company Website).

SPG's website details a 2010 installation of three components in Iran's Bandar Imam Khomeini Petrochemical Complex.

In July 2008, the German Federal Office for Economics and Export Control (BAFA) concluded its year-long investigation into German engineering firm Steiner-Prematechnik-Gastec's plans to build equipment for three Iranian liquefied natural gas plants, according to The Jerusalem Post. A German government spokesman stated, "Because the equipment would be built here and then sent to Iran that work does not fall under any existing sanctions involving Iran." However, The Jerusalem Post later reported that the deal created tension between the German and Israeli governments.

SPG's website lists a sales office based in Iran, SPG Persia.

 

Siirtec Nigi

Industry: 
Energy, Engineering
Country: 
Italy
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Siirtec Nigi is an Italian engineering firm specializing in sulphur recovery, acid gas removal, oil and gas processing, and environmental cleanup (Company Website).

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The Italian engineering and contracting company, Siirtec Nigi has been awarded several contracts to help develop Iran's energy sector. According to the company's website, Siirtec Nigi received a contract from Italian trading and supply firm Irasco S.r.l. in August 2007 to supply the engineering, procurement and fabrication of various technological units at Iran's Kharg Island.

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Siirtec Nigi lists dozens of major projects in Iran's energy sector in its "Equipment and Packages Projects" section of its website. (Company Website)

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Siirtec Nigi lists the Iranian Offshore Oil Company, a component of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) as a client. (Company Website)