Zaeim Electronic Industries Company

Also Known As: 

Zaeim Electronic Industries Co.
Zaeim Electronic Industries
Sanaye Electronic Zaeem

Weapon Program: 

  • Nuclear
  • Military


No. 4, Next to the Eighth Alley, Nilo St., Brazil St., Vanak Square, Tehran, Iran






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An Iranian technology company specializing in information technology, safety systems, and telecommunications infrastructure.

Clients reportedly include the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics (MODAFL), Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Iranian Ministry of Intelligence, and office of the Iranian president; has reportedly partnered with Huawei Technologies Company on 46 projects.

In 2008, reportedly involved in a project to expand cell phone location surveillance in Iran; in 2002, allegedly the intended recipient of a shipment of 44 high-voltage Behlke switches, which can be used to detonate a nuclear weapon, that was organized by Eddie Johansson and Eva-Marie Hack; in 2000, reportedly established a telecommunications department in cooperation with Huawei.

Products include narrow and wide band tuners and antennas; other products reportedly include biometric systems, communications and security equipment, vehicles, personal protection equipment, firearms, and surveillance equipment.

Iranian national identification number is 10100092484; reportedly established in 1972.

Date Entered: 

April 27, 2020

Date Last Modified: 

April 27, 2020