Also Known As:
Bashir Glass Co.
- Iran Electro-Optic Industries Company, Kaveh Street, next to Falatori Street, Isfahan, Iran
- Iran Aircraft industries (HESA) , Shahin Shahr, Isfahan, Iran
- No. 87 Jaber Ansari St., Isfahan, Iran
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Manufactures glass for the Iranian military; has been co-owned by Iran Electronics Industries (IEI), Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Company (HESA), and Isfahan Optic Industries (IOI); established by the Iranian Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics (MODAFL).
Has manufactured glass for military and civilian aircraft, helicopters, and speed boats, and has provided flight training simulators; also manufactures safety glass, bulletproof glass, and glass for trains and buildings; operates an R&D unit; customers include the government of Isfahan, Iran Air, the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), and Almas Shishe Jahannama.
Employees have included Sina Hasanzadeh from 2013 to 2018, who also worked for other Iranian entities of proliferation concern, including Moj Pardaz and Basamad Azma Company; from January 2015 to June 2016, Sina Hasanzadeh received confidential documents and technical data with aerospace applications that were allegedly stolen from a U.S. company by his brother Amin Hasanzadeh; Amin Hasanzadeh was arrested by U.S. authorities in November 2019 pursuant to a criminal complaint filed on October 31, 2019 alleging interstate transportation of stolen property and fraud for the misuse of visas, permits, and other documents.DUNS number is 53-461-2755; established in 2002.
Sanctioned on July 22, 2010 by the government of Canada for involvement in Iran’s proliferation activities or affiliation with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), prohibiting (with some exceptions) its access to goods, funds, and related services in Canada; Canadian sanctions removed in February 2016.