VDMA German hi-tec restarts in Iran

VDMA German hi-tec restarts in Iran

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According to the announcement issued by “ARA Consultancy Group”, the Iranian consultant of VDMA of Germany, on Dec. 7-8 2015, a delegation composed of 20 German Hi-Tec companies will meet their Iranian counterparts and investors here in Teheran’s Azadi-Parsian hotel.

VDMA German hi-tec restarts in Iran

To organize the best optimized results, the organizer company, “ARA”, has organized a pre-session business lunch with some Iranian activists within the field on Oct. 5th at the same premises.

The purpose of the German delegate is to reach to agreement with the Iranian interested companies who wish to buy high technology converting lines including blow moulding, injection moulding, extrusion, etc.

After signing of the agreement between Messe-Dusseldorf and NPC for a global presentation of IRANPLAST 2016, which raised a lot of critics here in Iran by more than 20 Iranian associations and independent company owners within the field of polymer sector against the date of the event (April 13th-17th 2016), the visit of this German delegate to Iran seems to be the first more than serious effort of an EU country for re-entering to the Iranian potential markets of plastics & rubber industries, which is very interesting for non-Iranian companies.

About VDMA:

VDMA (Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau, Mechanical Engineering Industry Association) represents over 3,100 mostly medium-sized companies in the capital goods industry, making it the largest industry association in Europe. The association represents the shared financial, technical and scientific interests of the mechanical engineering industry, especially with respect to national and international authorities and business groups. For the purposes of safeguarding of their interests, members are entitled to instruction, advice and assistance.

The German mechanical engineering industry is an international leader – in 25 of 31 comparable subsectors, German firms are among the top three providers in the world, and global market leader in as many as half.

Mechanical engineering is Germany’s biggest industrial employer with 1,003,000 workers (January 2015). It develops and produces key technologies for the global market. The export ratio is 76 percent. With revenue of EUR 212 billion (2014), it is one of the leading branches of industry in Germany.

VDMA’s membership covers the entire process chain – in the field of mechanical engineering including associated tools and components, of process, production, manufacturing, drive-train and automation engineering, office and information technology, software, and product-related services, i.e. from components to plants, from system suppliers and system integrators through to service providers. The association reflects the diverse customer-supplier relationships along the whole value chain and promotes sector-specific and overarching cooperation.

VDMA is divided into 37 trade associations and labour groups, cross-sector departments, branch offices in Berlin and Brussels, liaison offices in Brazil, China, India, Japan and Russia, international committees and forums, six state associations and several service organisations.

Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau e.V. (VDMA)
Lyoner Strasse 18, 60628 Frankfurt-Niederrad, Germany
Tel. +49 69 6603 0

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