Iran, China sign 5 MoUs on nano coop.

TEHRAN, Nov. 27 (MNA) – Following Iran’s Nanotechnology Day in China, five MoUs were signed between the two sides under which Iran will be exporting its nano services and equipment to China.

Amir Ghorbanali, Head of Iran Nanotech China Center (INCC), told Mehr News that seven Iranian companies, active in the field of nanotechnology, participated in Iran’s Nanotechnology Day held in China in order to introduce their latest achievements and advanced products to the East Asian country. The event was held on the sidelines of Chinano2016 International Exhibition on 26-28 October 2016.

The seven participating companies included Fanavaran Nano Meghyas, Behran Filter, Nanosakhtar Mehrasa, Kian Rangin, Ramo Alibert, Sevin Plasma, and Tavana, which are active in the fields of paint and polymer, nanofilter, nanofiber equipment, nano educational services, and nano-coatings. According to Ghorbanali, the Iranian delegation held meetings with 30 Chinese companies during the Nano Day.

During the meetings, five contracts were signed in various fields of laboratory and educational equipment, including “offering educational equipment to teachers and students”, “purchase of nanofiber machine”, “purchase of ultrasonic device”, “offering laboratorial services to universities”, and a scientific and technological agreement with Shanghai Nano Center for marketing, sales, and service delivery. 


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