Super Alloys unlawfully attempted to procure and divert export-controlled aluminum tubing via Malaysia to Iran;
It was further part of the scheme that defendant Saeed Valadbaigi and his co -schemers arranged for distributors of U.S. -origin goods to export such goods to various companies controlled by defendant and his companies, including Super Alloys, NBH Industries, Georgia Petrochemical, and Industrial Metals and Commodities, by falsely representing that such goods would remain in the countries where those companies were located. In reality, defendant intended to, attempted to, and did transship these goods to Iran, without the required licen se and in violation of U.S. law. In doing so, defendant fraudulently obtained and attempted to obtain goods that the U.S. distributors would not have otherwis e sold and shipped but for defendant’s false pretenses and representations , and his concealment of the ult imate destination of such goods;
Saeed Valadbaigi was affiliated with and controlled the operations of Super Alloys, Emirates Alloys, NBH Industries, and Georgia Petrochemical and Aviatech. Valadbaigi used these companies to illegally send U.S.-origin export controlled materials to Iran;
Saeed Valadbaigi, also known as “Saeed Valad” and “Saeed Baigi,” plotted in 2011 to illegally export U.S.-origin 7075 T6 Aluminum tubing from Illinois to Iran by way of Belgium and Malaysia, the indictment states;
Also Known As:
Super Alloys Company
Super Alloys Limited
United Arab Emirates
No. 101 Marwan Ahmed Ali Building, Port Saeed Road, P.O. Box 183799, Dubai, U.A.E.
No. 104b Sh Maryam Palace, Deira, Dubai U.A.E.
Reason for the color:
» Added on 08/14/2019 to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Entity List of end users subject to heightened export license requirements due to involvement in proliferation activities or other activities of national security concern;
» Saeed Valadbaigi was affiliated with and controlled the operations of Super Alloys, Emirates Alloys, NBH Industries, and Georgia Petrochemical and Aviatech;