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Tehran Hosts Alu-Tech Partnership Seminar

The Iranian capital hosted the first Alu-Tech Partnership Seminar last week with a focus on technological developments in the production of structural parts as well as in automotive industry.

Italy-based Alu-Tech Partnership is a pool of key companies in the field of die-casting and gravity casting, which have joined forces to provide services and expertise designed to make foundries more competitive, according to its website. More than 30 Iranian companies attended the seminar that took place from 25th to 26th May 2016 at the Olympic Hotel of Tehran, German B2B info portal Foundry Planet reported.

News No: 342
Date: 2016/06/05 -
News Source: Financial Tribune

Italy-based  Alu-Tech  Tehran  Iran  automotive industry 

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