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Zamyad Co.
Founded 1963
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Products trucks
Parent SAIPA
Website http://www.zamyad.co.ir/


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.

Products

  • 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

References

  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), http://www.bioline.org.br/request?se06039. Retrieved on . 
  4. World of Cars 2006·2007. Warsaw, Poland: Media Connection Sp. z o.o.. 2006. pp. 156–157.


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