The Maghsoud Porcelain production complex was officially launched in 1992 with an annual nominal capacity of 3,000 tons, in collaboration with Bank Melli Iran Investment Company and the State Employees' Cooperative Association (SCAD). It was the first company in the Middle East to produce chinaware by isostatic pressing.
Maghsoud was also the first company in Iran to receive a license from the Ministry of Health, Treatment, and Medical Education for producing chinaware and tableware.
It is worth mentioning that the type of collaboration in this industrial group is a tangible example of Article 44 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in which the private, public, and cooperative sectors all play a role. Currently, 19 companies and one applied science university are subsidiaries of the Maghsoud group of factories.
The development of the Moghsoud group of factories, which was part of the late Gholamreza Emani's 25-year plan, has been carried out in three sections, some of which are still ongoing. The establishment of the glass town and the innovation center for glass and ceramics are among the most important development programs, which will create direct and indirect employment for about 5,000 people. More Information...
Creating new job opportunities through completing development plans and establishing the Glass Industrial Park
The valuable human capital of Magsud factories group.
The honor of powerful presence in the Chinese and ceramic industry
Spoons, forks, porcelain, opal and Ben China with 5000 different designs in the product basket of Grand Maghsoud
The extent of the companies under Grand Maghsoud
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Gholamreza Imani, the architect and founder of the Maqsoud Industrial Group, was born in Mashhad in 1954. He was interested in industrial and production work from a young age and at the age of 22, he gained his first experience in production by launching an aluminum profile production line in Tehran.
At the same time as the victory of the Islamic Revolution and the establishment of the holy system of the Islamic Republic, he felt a national duty due to the departure of many investors and producers from Iran and the country's need for production and employment. He envisioned various industrial and production plans in his mind and prepared the business model and executive plan for each one, which resulted in the Maqsoud Industrial Group. more information...