After months of long studies, today through invitations of 3 groups, a collection of few Iranian industry owners gathered under one roof to discuss the project and the next step.
The lobby lounge of the Homa Hotel of Tehran was hosting high class individuals representing their companies. From uPVC profile producers up to auto part manufacturers were amongst the guests. Aiming establishment of a technical and export hub for the Iranian plastics manufacturers, the attendants followed the explanations of Dr. Mr. Amir Reza Soofinejad an active member of the board of directors of “IAJCC’.
IAJCC has been registered in 2017. After years in the commerce and business, the founders realized that there is a gap in mutual trade between Iran and Austria. Traditional business services were simply too complicated, time consuming, and expensive to manage. So they decided to establish a platform that would offer numerous services to those who want to have a better and more successful business cooperation with Iran and Austria.
Briefly, this new project is one of the outcomes of an Iranian delegation visit to Vienna by invitation and organization of IAJCC. The project is to establish a technical and export hub at the South-Eastern part of Austria, somewhere between Vienna and Eisenstadt. Studies show that this area (Burgenland) has several advantageous for such an initiative park. This include short distance roads to former East Europian countries. Apart from this, Austria has borders with 8 EU countries, together with the possibility of hiring cheaper work forces from nearby countries like Hungary, Poland and so.
According to this project, at the first phase, about 20 high performance Iranian companies will invest in Austria for running small size production facilities mainly for automotive parts and household goods. This will make it possible for the Iranian entrepreneurs to find their customers within EU countries.
In order to have the best possible result the Iranian “Kimia Bonyan Kia Engineering Achievement” that is representing an Austrian trade company (at the moment we are not allowed to disclose its name) inIran will handle the A-Z of this project hand to hand with IAJCC.
PIMI will have more news on this in near future.