|Type|| Public |
|Industry||Consumer goods, chemical products, detergents|
| Reza Mousavian |
(President) & (CEO)
Personal care products
Beauty Care Products
Personal Healthcare Products
|127 billion IRR (2009)|
|79 billion IRR (2009)|
|Total assets||1.47 trillion IRR (2009)|
Number of employees
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The company also manufactures detergent powder, soaps, shampoos, dishwashing liquids, hand washing liquids, and toothpaste powders. The company was founded in 1971 and is based in Tehran, Iran.
The company has been listed on the Tehran Stock Exchange since 1997.
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