Iranian Entity: Shiraz Electronics Industries
|Shiraz Electronics Industries|
|Also Known As :|
Shiraz Electronic Industries
Shiraz Electronic Ind.
|- P.O. Box: 71365-1589, Shiraz
- Hossain Abad Road, Shiraz, Iran
- Ayatollah Mirzay-e Shiraz Blvd., Ghasr Aldasht St., 71000 Shiraz, Iran
- Mirzaye Shirazi Blv., Shiraz, Iran
- Mirzaie Shirazi, Shiraz, Fars 71365-1589 Iran
|71-644-831; 71-649-869; 71-646-253|
Subsidiary of Iran Electronics Industries (IEI - see separate entity record); owned or controlled by Iran's MODAFL (Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics - see separate entity record).
Added to the Specially Designated National (SDN) list maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on September 17, 2008, freezing its assets under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibiting transactions with U.S. parties, pursuant to Executive Order 13382, which targets proliferators of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their delivery systems; the designation was part of sanctions against Iranian military end-users which obtained sensitive U.S.-origin goods through Iranian procurement front companies, resulting in criminal indictment by the U.S. Justice Department of Ali Akbar Yahya, F.N. Yaghmaei, Mayrow General Trading, Atlinx Electronics, Micatic General Trading, Madjico Micro Electronics, Al-Faris, Neda Industrial Group, Bahman Ghandi, Farshid Gillardian, Kaam Chee Mun, Djamshid Nezhad, Ahmad Rahzad, Majid Seif, Eco Biochem Sdn BHD and Vast Solution Sdn BHD (see separate entity records).
Listed by the Japanese government in 2008 as an entity of concern for missile proliferation; listed as an entity of concern for military procurement activities in an early warning document distributed by the German government to industry in July 2005; the German government urged caution when initiating commercial dealings with this entity, and suggested that because this entity is involved with both military and civilian projects, civilian use must be shown by specific and verifiable evidence; linked by the German government, in the context of Iran's ballistic missile program, to a laser gyroscope factory in Shiraz.
Produces electronic equipment for the Iranian military, including radars, microwave electron vacuum tubes, naval electronics, avionics and control systems, training simulators, missile guidance technology and electronic test equipment; has also worked on technologies including control and automation, laser systems and electro-optics (night vision systems, laser range-finders and night driver periscopes), satellite, commercial electronics, information technology and telecommunication systems; repairs TOW launchers; has consisted of: Electronic Warfare Industry, Avionics Industry, Radar & Microwave Industry, Naval Electronics Industry, Mechanical Parts Industry, Electro-Optics Industry, Engineering and Tech. Support Industry, Computer … Industry, and Missile Electronics Industry; maintains the Shiraz Electronics Research Center (SERC) for research and development of products; established in 1973.
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