Global trade is now more accessible than ever, but doing Import/Export business with Iran has tips you have to know.
Our job is to show entrepreneurs, small to large corporations, International Import/Export traders how to take advantage of the growing business opportunities available in Iran.
We do this by combining successful business models with our native experience in sales, marketing and logistics.
Iran is rich not only in oil and gas, but in mineral deposits, as well. Iran has the world’s largest zinc reserves and second-largest reserves of copper. It also has important reserves of iron, uranium, lead, chromite, manganese, coal and gold. To date, however, the mining industry remains underdeveloped.
Developing its mineral resources is a priority for the Iranian government. The government is actively encouraging foreign participation in this sector.
Opportunities are abundant for firms who can offer equipment, know-how or investment. Foreign companies are already active in virtually every aspect of mineral production in Iran - from surveying to conducting feasibility studies to providing equipment for smelters.
The Second Five Year plan encourages buy-back deals but also calls for other forms of foreign investment in this sector. It operates through a number of national companies, including ones responsible for steel, copper, exploration and smelting.