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Me-Metals – The ceremony of the sixth conference on Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Productivity Award was held with the motto “productivity as the foundation of competiveness in the national economy” on 27 Khordad, 1398 (17 June 2019) by the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) at the Eram Hotel in Tehran, Iran.
Reported by Me-Metals, in this ceremony, at which holdings in mines and mining industries, both public and private, metal industries and cement manufacturing companies participated, the specialized parent company (holding) of Middle East Mines and Mineral Industries Development Holding Company (MIDHCO) succeeded to receive the silver trophy (the highest award at this competition).
Besides, the complexes of Butia Iranian Steel Co. (BISCO) and Zarand Coke Making & Tar Refinery achieved to receive a two-star certificate of commendation on their first attendance at this conference.
Dr. Majid Namehgoshay Fard, the manager of the Management Development of MIDHCO received the above-mentioned award on behalf of Dr. Ali Asghar Pourmand.
Translation by: M. Payehghadr
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