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Nahavand Cement
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شركت سيمان نهاوند با ظرفيت 3300 تن در روز در استان همدان، شهرستان نهاوند در تاريخ 25/6/1382 به صورت شركت سهامي خاص تأسيس و طي شماره 209132 در اداره كل ثبت شركتها و مالكيت صنعتي سيمان تهران به ثبت رسيده است. مركز اصلي شركت تهران و محل كارخانه در شهرستان نهاوند واقع گرديده است. موضوع فعاليت شركت، فعاليت‌هاي توليدي، خدماتي و بازرگاني، سرمايه گذاري در شركتها، تشكيل و توسعه انواع شركتها و انجام كليه عمليات مجاز براي تحقق اهداف شركت مي‌باشد. ظرفيت توليدي كارخانه به ميزان 3300 تن سيمان خاكستري در روز مي‌باشد.

Copyright: Zabih Hasanvand
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 9000x3431
Uploaded: 03/12/2012
Updated: 04/12/2012
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