Tehran Auto Show 2019 opened its doors to journalists for a preview on Monday. The public can visit the Jan. 8-11 event being held in Shahr Aftab (Sun City) Exhibition Center in south Tehran.
Local automotive companies Iran Khodro and SAIPA are showing their new models with upgraded versions of vehicles already in the Iran car market.
IKCO pavilion is dominated by the locally-designed Dena and a new version of the Peugeot 207 hatchback.
SAIPA has come with its “Roham” which was first seen in July 2018 in the Shiraz Auto Show. The company is also showing a modified electric version of its small city car Saina.
A major player in the aluminum automotive components industry was frustrated by the capabilities of an integral part of their die casting process: the use of belt conveyors. Although extremely common to handle scrap material in die casting facilities, this type of conveyor in this environment is renowned for causing production shutdown and maintenance issues.
SIAMCO, a joint auto manufacturing company of Iran and Syria, will resume its production of mostly Iranian makes of cars, following the gradual restoration of peace in the Arab country.
Knowledge-based companies and startups active in the automotive sector will get a boost following an agreement signed between the Vice Presidential Office for Science and Technology, and local carmaker Iran Khodro.
A host of Iranian businessmen and merchants participated in the conference of “Automobile Industry in China” on Saturday to discuss the industry, and exchange views on promoting cooperation.
Tehran Stock Exchange and Iran Fara Bourse – an over-the-counter market for securities and other financial instruments in Tehran - announced changes in trading procedures as part of new directives.
Metso is expanding its digital Metso Metrics offering with the launch of a new predictive maintenance solution for mining equipment, aimed to help maximize the uptime and performance of comminution circuits.