Also Known As:
Iran Aluminium Company
IRALCO Aluminum Factory
Iranian Aluminium Company
Aluminum Company of Iran
Iran Aluminum Co.
Iran Aluminium Co. (Iralco) P.L.C
Iran Aluminium Company (IRALCO)
Iranian Aluminium Co. (IRALCO)
Iranian Aluminum Company (Iralco)
Iran Aluminum Company -Iralco
Iran Aluminium Co. (ERALCO)
Arak Road Km 5, Tehran Road, 38189-8116, Arak, Iran
Postal Code: 31 Arak, Iran
Arak-Arak Miles 5 Road - Tehran PO Box 31 8116-9-38189, Iran
P.O. Box: 31 - Manabe-Tabiee Blvd., Arak, Iran
No. 8, 4th Alley, N Naft St., Mirdamad Bld Tehran, 19189, Iran
No 49 Mollasadra Avenue, After Kordestan Highway, Vank S9 Arak, Tehran, Iran
Km. 5th of Qom Rd., Arak, Iran
98 861 4130430
98 861 413023
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Supplies aluminum to Iran Centrifuge Technology Company (TESA).
Listed by the European Union on December 22, 2012 as an entity linked to Iran's proliferation-sensitive nuclear activities or Iran's development of nuclear weapon delivery systems; removed from the E.U. list in January 2016 as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action; designated by the Canadian government in December 2012 as an entity contributing to Iran's proliferation-sensitive nuclear activities or to its development of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons or their delivery systems; designation prohibits Canadian parties from providing goods or financial services to the entity or dealing in property held by the entity.
Has assisted entities in Iran in violating the provisions of U.N. and E.U. sanctions, according to the European Union.
Products include aluminum billets, ingots, T-bars, and slabs; facilities include an anode manufacturing workshop, anode baking workshop, bar coding workshop, rehabilitation workshop, and a cutting and packing workshop; affiliated with Iran Alumina Company.
Company officials have included Hassan Mousavi (Director of Commercial Affairs), Rouzbeh Pirouza (Vice President of the Board of Directors), Morteza Marjani, Hedayatollah Aghaei, Masih Mashhadi Tafreshi, Ali Aghaei, and Gholamreza Firouzi; established in 1963; plant inaugurated in 1972 in Arak, Iran.