Risk Level:
89% May harm your business future;

This entity is connected with designated / sanctioned entities who are helping Iranian Regime Terrorist Activities & development of WMD

High Alert – Entity affiliated with Designated / Sanctioned / Illicit entities

Sanat Sharif is an Iranian company, supplier of telecommunication, electronic, mechanical, petroleum, gas and petrochemical equipment, equipment for specialized laboratories and parts supply. A member of Sharif University of Technology Research Network since 2007;

According to their official website they are working with Tabriz Petrochemical Company, Mehr Petrochemical, Jam Petrochemical, SAIPA and other companies that are owned or controlled by the Iran regime and terrorist organization IRGC. One of their main activity is supplying these companies with European, American and East Asian manufactured goods;

1. Tabriz Petrochemical Company
– A subsidiary of Iran’s National Petrochemical Company, for which it acts as a producing and project implementing company. As part of the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions on Iran, added on November 5, 2018 to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), freezing its assets under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibiting transactions with U.S. parties, pursuant to Executive Order 13599, which targets entities controlled by the Government of Iran and Iranian financial institutions;

2. Mehr Petrochemical
– Owned by the National Petrochemical Company. National Petrochemical Company is a subsidiary of Iran’s Ministry of Petroleum, responsible for the development and operation of Iran’s petrochemicalsector;

3. Jam Petrochemical
– Serves as a project implementing company for National Petrochemical Company, which owns about half of Jam shares;

Owner of Saipa Corp. is The Industrial Development & Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO)
with 17.3% shares. IDRO is added to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control on 11/5/2018 for being owned or controlled by the Iranian regime;

Fatenih Sanat Sharif, has four sets of marketing offices in Tehran, a technical office and factory around Tehran, an engineering firm in Hong Kong, and a commercial office in Germany. It should be noted that due to the large number of purchases through this channel, the goods are shipped twice a month to Iran. Also in touch with East Asian producers in 2009, a company was established in Hong Kong, which is engaged in independent engineering work in the East;

Foreign partners:
1. Logic-Instrument
2. MFG Components
3. Phoenix Contact
4. Aventics
5. Pepperl + Fuchs
6. Amplicon
7. The hollandshielding company
8. AST (Applied Satellite Technology Ltd)
9. L-Com Global Connectivity
10. Heitec
11. Boge

Also Known As:
Sanat Sharif
Fatenih Sanat Sharif Company

Involved In:
Nuclear Weapon Program


Unit 3, No. 21, Saeb Alley, Tohid St., Tohid St., Tehran, Iran

66948424 (021)



Reason for the color:
» Sanat Sharif is working with sanctioned companies;

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