Products include locomotives, trains, metros, freight and fuel wagons, and equipment for passenger boarding of aircraft.
In 2007 the company manufactured Iran's first express train: a four coach, 252 passenger, 160 km/hr train. In 2009 the company had a production capacity of 1800 vehicles per annum, and was operating at 20% of that figure.
In the first decade of the 21st century the company received export orders for Cuba, including a 60 billion rial order for 550 freight wagons, (completed Sept. 2009) and 200 passenger vehicles Also in 2009 the company obtained a €80 million contract with Vietnam Railways for the supply of 200 passenger vehicles - 40 of which would be produced by Wagon Pars, the remainder assembled in Vietnam as part of a technology transfer agreement.
In 2009 and 2010, workers at the Wagon Pars factory staged protests due to lack of payment of wages; the company is thought to be in financial difficulties due to mismanagement. The acquisition by Iran Khodro during the 2005-2010 privatisation of Iranian industries is claimed to have contributed to the company's poor financial state.
In May 2010 the company announced it was going to help set up a rolling stock factory in Syria. The plant is to have a production capacity of 300 wagons, and also be able to repair passenger coaches.
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