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IPCC Tops Petchem Exporters in Iran.

TEHRAN (FNA)- Assessments by Industrial Management Institute placed Iran Petrochemical Commercial Company (IPCC) as the first exporter among the country's top export-oriented companies during the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21.

According to the public relations office of IPCC, IMI announced the country's first 100 top export companies every year in which IPCC has ranked first for the current year.

IPCC was honored in a ceremony held in Tehran for its achievements.

IMI considered export records of 500 companies across the country in which petrochemical companies contributed to 48% of the country's export earnings during the year.

Oil companies earned 12% of Iran's export revenues and other industrial companies brought the country 10% of its export earnings.

With 20 years of experience, IPCC is the largest supplier of Iran's Petrochemical products to the international markets.

It is also one of the major Middle-Eastern companies, which is involved in marketing and sales of petrochemical products to the domestic and overseas markets. Trying to expand its market presence through improving product quality and offering better services to meet customers' needs and finally satisfying them are amongst PCC's main objectives.

IPCC with 5 subsidiary companies, 4 branch offices has started a new life under the title of "Trading Corporation", after the Privatization took place in January 2010 PCC will continue the high level services to all Iranian Petrochemical Producers, covering the Marketing, Shipping, Warehousing & Storage Tank Operations.

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Date:Jan 27, 2016
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