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Zamyad Co.
Founded 1963
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Products trucks
Parent SAIPA

Zamyad Co. is an Iranian commercial vehicle manufacturing company. It was founded in 1963 as part of the RENA Industrial Group in Tehran.[1] In 1974, the company began producing Volvo N-Model trucks. [2] The company's manufacturing plant in south-east Tehran was the focus of a 2006 study of the use of treated wastewater in agriculture. [3]

In 1998 SAIPA took over the Zamyad Company, who then undertook the production of the SAIPA Z24, which was a licensed version of the Nissan Junior pickup. Since 2003, this truck is sold under the Zamyad brand.[4] They also manufacture Naveco trucks, which are licensed Iveco designs.


  • Zamyad Z24 pickup
  • Naveco A50-12
  • Naveco A3613 (Iveco A3613)
  • Iveco Daily
  • Iveco Eurocargo AD380T42H
  • Iveco Eurocargo AT-720T42TH
  • Iveco Eurocargo MLC100E18
  • Iveco Eurocargo MLC170E24
  • Iveco Eurocargo MLC-180E28
  • Iveco Eurocargo MLL180E28
  • Iveco Stralis

See also

  • Iranian car industry


  1. "Zamyad". Iran Exports Magazine. Retrieved on 2007-09-28.
  2. "Volvo in Iran". Volvo. Retrieved on 2007-09-28.
  3. Massoudinejad, M. R. (September 2006), "Study on the Reuse of Zamyad Factory Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent in Irrigation", Iranian Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering 3(4), Retrieved on . 
  4. World of Cars 2006·2007. Warsaw, Poland: Media Connection Sp. z o.o.. 2006. pp. 156–157.

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