Illinois-based Dover, a manufacturing conglomerate, said the revocation of License H would end its business in Iran. Dover had been selling spare parts for pumps used in Iran’s energy infrastructure and was set to earn more than $16 million in revenue from contracts signed there since the beginning of 2017, according to regulatory filings. (June 5, 2018).
In its 2017 SEC 10:K filing Dover notes: “In connection with the easing of certain sanctions by the U.S. against Iran in January 2016 and in compliance with the economic sanctions regulations administered by U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), a wholly-owned non-U.S. subsidiary in our Fluids segment serving the pumps end market sold non-U.S. origin spare parts related to the oil, gas and/or petrochemical sectors to Iranian counterparties pursuant to new contracts, which resulted in revenue of approximately €101,660 and net profits of approximately €71,536 in 2017 (expected total revenue from these contracts is approximately €12.1 million). “