100+

Years of Experience


Beginning in the Tehran Bazaar

3

Generations


Family Owned & Operated

50+

Exclusive Suppliers


Representation & Distribution

5

Polymer Based Products We Manufacture


at the MPC Factory

64

Turn-Key Projects


Completed for Our Clients

2100+

Loyal Customers


Across the Territory of Iran

 

NEWS & EVENTS


Future Events

Dec 12-14 Visiting CPHI India at New Dehli, India
Jan 9-11 Exhibiting Rubber & Tire Supply Chain at Tehran, Iran
Jan 17-19 Visiting India Rubber Expo at Mumbai, India
Jan 30- Feb 1 Visiting Pharmapack Middle East, Kish, Iran

Representation
MPC

Message from the Chairman


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Nasser Sabahi

Nasser Sabahi
(Founder & Chairman)



We often witness the regret of people who say “If I could go back to 10 years ago, I would do so and so.” For us, today is the beginning of the next 10 years; Today, we will be bold, outrageous, and daring so that in 10 years we will say “WE DID!” not “we should have!”

It is with great pleasure to welcome you to the Sabahi Group website where alongside the array of high quality products and services we provide to our clients, you will learn of our business, values, ethics, and working standards.

Residing on one of the largest oil and gas reserves in the world, Iran earns an enormous amount of money from oil and gas exports. This has made Iran a significant export destination. 1970 brought the industrial revolution and along with it numerous foreign investments. The flow of foreign investments into Iran magnified the magnitude of Iran’s imports. The rapidly expanding economy of Iran created the need to import more products and services. In this environment, Sabahi Group has succeeded in establishing itself as a leading provider of technology, machinery, and raw materials to the Iran market.



I was raised in a family of merchants in the mid-20th Century, encouraged by my father to pursue a professional career and live as a technocrat. My upbringing positioned me perfectly to gain exposure to the world of merchants in the Iranian market; including the old Bazaar and the modern marketplace. I pursued multiple graduate degrees in the fields of business, engineering, philosophy, and mathematics. While receiving my education in the United States, my heart and mind continued to be enthralled by the Tehran Bazaar. I eventually returned to Iran in 1975 with the intention of expanding the family business, exporting dried fruits, which my father had established in 1933. I established my first company, Sabahi Enterprises in 1980. My active presence in the Iran market allowed me to recognize the growing need for the import of foreign technology; Leading to a pivot of my business from exports to imports & exclusive representation of foreign manufacturers.

Sattar Sabahi

Sattar Sabahi

Board-members

Bahman Sabahi, Nasser Sabahi, Bahram Sabahi
BOARD MEMBERS



The Sabahi Logo: Conception of a Legacy

1. The flow of water symbolizes market demands.

2. Market demands drive the buckets to turn the wheel.

3. The buckets represent the Sabahi team; on mission to meet the demands of the market.

4. The wheel, symbolizing Sabahi Group, is the foundation to the entire system, turning by the continuous efforts of the team.

5. Sabahi Group henceforth translates market forces to drive expansion, innovation and growth.

  • North of Iran
  • Isfahan
  • Perspolise

Learn About Iran

The official name of the country is the Islamic Republic of Iran. It became an Islamic republic in 1979.
The word Iran means land of the Aryan.
The official language is Persian/Farsi
National Currency is Iranian Rial (IRR)
The capital of Iran is Tehran, which means, “warm slope.” Approximately 12 million people live in Tehran.

It is bordered to the northwest by Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, and Azerbaijan; to the northeast by Turkmenistan; to the east by Afghanistan and Pakistan; to the south by the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman; to the north by the Caspian Sea; and to the west by Turkey and Iraq.

21 UNESCO world heritage sites in Iran

There are 272 conservation areas around Iran for a total of 17 million hectares variously named national parks, protected areas, and natural wildlife refuges, all meant to protect the genetic resources of the country.

Iran is a mountainous, arid, ethnically diverse country. Much of Iran consists of a central desert plateau, which is ringed on all sides by lofty mountain ranges that afford access to the interior through high passes.

Mount Damavand, a potentially active volcano, is a stratovolcano which is the highest peak in Middle East. It rise to 5,610 meters above sea level.

 

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Culture:

Iran is one of the world’s oldest continuous civilizations, with settlements dating back to 4000 B.C

Iranians have woven beautiful rugs for over 2,500 years. When creating rugs, Iranian weavers often make a mistake intentionally. They want to show their belief that “only God is perfect.” After oil, Iran’s second largest export commodity is carpets.

Iran is one of the world’s largest producers of pistachios, caviar, and saffron.

Persian culture is famous for beautiful poetry, luxurious rugs, and lush gardens. In fact, the English word “paradise” comes from a Persian word meaning “enclosed garden.”


Economy:

4th highest output in terms of the variety of agricultural products yielded
4th largest producer of crude oil in the world
5th most visited Ecotourism destination
18th most populous country in the world (82,011,735 people- 70% under 30)
18th largest country in the world (1,648,195 square kilometers)
2nd largest global reserve of Natural Gas
1st most Zinc reserve in the world
9th most copper reserve in the world
12th most Iron ore reserve in the world