Affiliated with Iran’s Ministry of Industries and Mines;
Responsible for the administration, policy making and financing of steel exploration, production, distribution and sale in Iran;
Produces, through its subsidiaries, slabs, blooms, billets, I-beams, round bars, hot and cold rolls, rods, pipes and galvanized sheets; maintains five major integrated steel plants;
Reportedly holds 49 percent of the Kuwait-based United Steel Industrial Company;
Listed as an entity of concern for occasional military procurement activities in an early warning document distributed by the German government to industry in July 2005; intended recipient of an isostatic press, the procurement of which was denied in 1994 by a member state of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG);
Iran International Engineering Company (IRITEC), was established in 1975 with the cooperation of National Iranian Steel Industries Company, Bank of Industry and Mine and former Italian Company “ITALIMPIANTI” as shareholders to provide engineering services to Iranian Steel Industries;
Ascotec Holding GMBH is owned 70% by Khouzestan Steel Co. (KSC) and 30% by Mobarakeh Steel Co. (MSC), both of which are subsidiaries of the National Iranian Steel Company ( NISCO), which is affiliated with the Iranian Ministry of Industries and Mines;
Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company was established by investment of Bank Sepah and National Iranian Steel Co.;
Esfahan Steel Co.
Khuzestan Steel Company (K.S.C)
Mobarakeh Steel Co.
Iranian Alloy Steel Company
Kerman Steel Industries Company
Iran National Steel Industrial Group (INSIG)
Kaviyan Steel Company
Khorasan Steel Complex
Iran Rolling Mills Storage Co.
Also Known As:
National Iranian Steel (N.I.S. Co)
National Iranian Steel Co.
National Iranian Steel Corporation
No. 685, Vali asr, Tehran 15946, Iran
No. 21, Assadabadi Street, Tehran 14336 Iran (head office)
0098 21 8161, (021) 8714993, (021)8711393, (+9821) 889.91.04, 218162212