Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company

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Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company
Traded as TSE: CHML1
Industry Mining
Founded 1992
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Products Iron ore, apatite (phosphate)

Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company (CMIC) (Persian: شرکت معدنی و صنعتی چادرملو‎‎) was established in June 1992 in Tehran, Iran.

CMIC is the main iron ore concentrate producer by direct reduction in the Middle East with 7 million ton/year and produces up to 1,000,000 ton/year of crushed iron ore for blast furnaces and export.[1]

With a market capitalization of $2 billion in 2007, CMIC is one of the largest companies listed on the Tehran Stock Exchange.[2][3]

CMIC has been awarded ISO 9000/14001 and OHSAS 18001 certificates.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "About Us". Retrieved 2010-02-10. 
  2. ^ "Iran: Top Firms Relegated In Bourse Rankings". Retrieved 2010-02-10. 
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