Bahman Group

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Bahman Group Company
TypePublic
IndustryHolding Company
Founded1952
HeadquartersTehran, Iran
Key people
Yusef Elahi Shakib (CEO)
ProductsAutomobile
Minibus
Truck
Motorcycle
Engine
SubsidiariesBahman Diesel, Bahman Motor, Siba Motor, Bahman Leasing, Iran Do Charkh, Iran Design & Manufacturing Industry, Iran Chassis Manufacturing, Iran Casting Industry
Websitewww.bahman.ir

Bahman Group (Persian: گروه بهمن‎, Gruh-e Behmen) one of the most reliable Iranian car manufacturers, was originally registered under the name of Iran Gulf Company on February 5, 1953. During the first seven years of its operations, the company was involved in maritime transportation. It then launched the production of three-wheel Mazda pickup trucks. Soon after, by producing Mazda Pick-up 1000 cc and 1600 cc, it changed the name of the company to “Mazda Car Manufacturing Plant”, and then renamed it to “Iran Vanet”. As Iran Vanet kept rolling down the path of development and progress, it was transformed in 1999 into a multi-disciplinary company involved in production of vehicles as well as commerce and investment.[1]

In 2016, Bahman Group went private. With the privatization, the development of the company accelerated and it entered into partnerships with foreign automakers such as MAZDA, ISUZU, FAW, ZX and Great Wall. The became shareholders of Siba Motor Company after its creation in 2007.[2] In 2013 Bahman Group formed a relationship with FAW Group, China's biggest automaker.

‌Bahman Group has been listed annually for many years in the Iran 100 top companies based on assessment holds by Industrial Management Institute (IMI).[3]

Products[edit]

Sedan[edit]

Hatchback[edit]

Pickup[edit]

Cross Over[edit]

Dignity

SUV[edit]

Truck[edit]

Minibus[edit]

  • Sahar
  • Maxus
  • Shiller

Motorcycle[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://bahman.ir/en/page/History
  2. ^ "History of BahmanGroup". Archived from the original on 2016-09-06. Retrieved 2016-09-12.
  3. ^ Industrial Management Institute (IMI); et al. (August 2014). "Iran 100 Top Companies Ranking". IMI. Archived from the original on 2014-09-24. Retrieved 2014-08-05. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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