FATA Group S.p.A.

Engineering
Italy
FATA Group

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FATA is a wholly owned subsidiary of the FinMeccanica Company.

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FATA maintains a representative office, FATA Iran, in Tehran

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FATA Hunter, a division of FATA, also maintains an office in Tehran.

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“In a meeting with the board members of Italy’s Fata industrial and engineering group in Tehran, Mehdi Karbasian, the head of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO), pointed to Tehran’s plans to implement new projects in mining and metal industries, including aluminum, steel and copper, as well as other non-metal industries, calling for the presence of European, particularly Italian, firms in those projects. Chairman of the Fata Board of Directors Ignacio Moncada, for his part, said the company is keen to participate in aluminum and power plant projects in Iran, and called for the setting up of working groups to set the stage for cooperation in that area. On February 22, an Italian business delegation, headed by Chairman of the Italy-Iran Chamber of Commerce Rosario Alessandro, travelled to Iran on a four-day visit to explore investment opportunities in the Islamic Republic. The delegation met a number of Iranian economic figures, including the president of the Iranian Investment Organization and some officials at Iran’s Industry, Mines and Trade Ministry. They took part in a conference aimed at introducing economic, commercial and foreign investment potentialities in Iran.” (Press TV, “Iran embraces industrial cooperation with Italy,” 3/1/14)

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In 2012, FATA division FATA Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) completed the “second potline expansion of the Almahdi Aluminium Smelter in Bandar Abbas” with a production capacity of 147,000 tons a year of aluminum. (Gulf Construction website, “Oman aluminium plant on target,” May 2012; FATA EPC, “IMIDRO”). 

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“On Wednesday May 24, 2006 the opening ceremony for the beginning of the works for the Hormozal project was held in Bandar Abbas, an industrial city located in the south of Iran, on the Persic Gulf. The top management of IMIDRO, a company belonging to the Iranian Ministry of Industries and Mines, and of FATA, a diversified group of companies active in the field of industrial plant engineering, procurement and contracting, participated in the event. The ceremony took place in the presence of the Iranian Authorities and of a large Italian delegation, among whom H.E. the Ambassador of Italy in Tehran Roberto Toscano. The project will be implemented within the same industrial complex of the existing Almahdi Aluminium Co. smelter, a company belonging to IMIDRO, whose actual primary aluminium production is 100,000 tons/year. This expansion will increase the plant yearly capacity of 147,000 tons/year thus achieving an overall yearly production equal to 257,000 tons of aluminium. The total investment amounts to more than 314 million Euros, and the project will be completed within 3 years.” (FATA Website, “Imidro and Fata start the works for the Hormozal Aluminium Smelter Project,” 5/24/06)