Iran Khodro (Persian: ایران‌خودرو‎‎), branded as IKCO, is an Iranian multinational automaker headquartered in Tehran. The company's original name was Iran National (Persian: ایران ناسیونال). IKCO was founded in 1962 and it produced 688,000 passenger cars in 2009. IKCO manufactures vehicles, including Samand, Peugeot and Renault cars, and trucks, minibuses and buses.
 



 
 

Groupe Renault (French: [ɡʁup ʁəno]) is a French multinational automobile manufacturer established in 1899 The company produces a range of cars and vans, and in the past has manufactured trucks, tractors, tanks, buses/coaches and autorail vehicles.

According to the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, in 2015 Renault was the tenth biggest automaker in the world by production volume, with 50.5% of sales coming outside of Europe. The Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance is the fourth-largest automotive group.




Formerly, Pars Khodro built American Motors' Rambler and General Motors (GM) products under licence. Its first cars, the Aria and the Shahin, were based on AMC's compact 1966 Rambler American and were launched in 1967. Production ended in 1974. It also built Jeep vehicles under licence. The company was called Sherkat-Sahami Jeep at that time.





On the grounds of economic  co-operation between Iran and Romania an agreement was reached in 1966 to  establish a tractor manufacturing company in the country. Within this framework  Iran Tractor Manufacturing Company (ITMCO) was created in 1968. The company is  located in the outskirts of the industrial city of Tabriz in north-west Iran.  The initial objective of the company was to manufacture 10,000 units tractors of  45-65 horsepower engines with single and double differential gearboxes. After eight years of production there was a  re-evaluation of the local market requirements and consequently Massey Ferguson  of the UK began assembling in 1976 with up-to-date technology and a higher total  production capacity rate of 13,000 units per annum. In this scenario it had been  decided that a significant number of parts used in assembly should be produced  in Iran either by ITMCO itself or its associated organizations​





Mobarakeh Steel Company (MSC, Persian: فولاد مبارکه‎‎, Foolad Mobarakeh) is an Iranian steel company, located 65 km south west of Esfahan, near the city of Mobarakeh, Esfahan Province, Iran. It is the largest steel maker of MENA (Middle East & Northern Africa) region, and one of the largest industrial complexes operating in Iran. It was commissioned after the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and initiated operations during 1993. It underwent major revamping during year 2000, and is scheduled for a second and third revamping in 2009–2010, bringing the total steel output to 7,200,000 metric tons per year. The company owns the successful football club, Sepahan