Iran International Auto Parts Exhibition Opens

The 13th Iran International Auto Parts Exhibition opened on Monday in Tehran.Held at Tehran International Fairground, this year’s event brings together 191 foreign and 526 local automotive firms.

The number of foreign companies has declined sharply compared to last year when more than 540 foreign companies and exhibitors attended. 

Parts makers from China, India, Taiwan, South Korea, France, Poland, and Turkey are seen in this year’s event.

Industries Minister Reza Rahmani and Mansour Moazemi, director of the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization, along with managers of major local auto companies and part manufacturing firms attended the opening ceremony.

News No: 2606
Date: 2018/11/14 - 14:33
News Source: Financial Tribune

Reza Rahmani  Auto  China  India  France 


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