Maghsoud Porcelain Manufacturing Complex was officially opened on 6 March 1993 with the participation of National Bank (Bank Melli) of Iran investment Company and Union of Government Employees (SCAD) with annual nominal capacity (3,000 tons). In the first year of opening, the emergence of a new technology was displayed at a meeting of executives, experts, and professionals across the country in the complex, and the advantages of this technology were trained compared to those of previous traditional technology. The ability of the skilled forces and the efforts and diligence of the hardworking personnel of the complex caused the technology of using industrial ball mills to improve up to almost 100% efficiency in the first few years.
As well as, the consumption of foreign materials declined up to less than 20%, and the first fast-cooking enamels in the complex were designed. The success of Maghsoud Porcelain Company in stabilizing the technology in the country has led other porcelain manufacturing companies to turn this technology and, with the help of specialists of this Company, to develop it in our Islamic homeland. Leadership in the technology was not the end of diligence of the young people of this land, but given the need to upgrade the level of quality management in the atmosphere of the country on those days, Maghsoud Porcelain Company implemented the first quality management systems (ISO 9001) in the year 2000.
The use of press under pressure (slurry) technology has caused the diversification to the products so that production capacity has increased to 6,000 tons per year using existing facilities. The remarkable advancements of the company’s specialists in the early years caused, in 2001, the first 100% Iranian body with 45% soil inside the province to be applied in hard porcelain body. A 50-degree reduction in baking temperature, while maintaining and promoting quality to reduce the energy consumption, has been among the achievements of this complex.
By updating the technology of designing and manufacturing isostatic press molds in those years, this complex has caused the diversification of products and cut off the dependence on the field. Maintaining the standards of quality management, enhancing the standards of environment, and companionship of the complex personnel caused, with the maximum use of raw materials within the country that itself avoids leaving a large amount of currency from the country, the complex continues its activities even more magnificently, with 95% quality in line with national standards, despite all the current problems. The complex always bear in mind that to be among the pioneers of the porcelain industry in the country.
open space of information and shaking hands for the cooperation and accompaniment of professionals, students, and scholars and valuing their ideas have always played a role as a belief in upgrading this complex. And the complex has never hesitated to disseminate these experiences and share the expertise of its experts so that the first collection of the book “Production of porcelain by isostatic pressing method” in 1999 and “Technology of health porcelain production” in 2015 were published in this complex.
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After the successful launch of a porcelain production complex in Mashhad (years 1981 to 1991) and the transfer of its shares, he decided to establish and set up Maghsoud porcelain production complex in 1992. By the employment of 180 people and production capacity of 3,000 tons of porcelain per year, he used the isostatic pressing method to produce porcelain in the Middle East for the first time. The establishment and startup of Maghsoud Sazan Co. (2001), Sepideh Jam Toos Co. (2005), Azin Ghaleb Jam Co. (2005), Gol Naghsh Toos Co. (2006), Sefid Foam Maghsoud Co. (2008), Maghsoud Kavan Shargh Laboratory Center (2009), Maghsoud Health Company (2009), Maghsoud Business Development (2010), Maghsoud Applied Science Center (2011), Farzam Bespar Maghsoud Co. (2011), Gol Azin Maghsoud Co. (2012), Naghsh Maghsoud Shargh Co. (2012), Sepideh Jam Sayna Co. (2012), Sargol Shargh Porcelain Co. (2012), Pouya Tadbir Maghsoud Co. (2012), Silica Jam Sadra Co. (2013), Forks and Spoons of Dorsa Co. (2013), Asr Shirin Maghsoud Co. (2013), Azinara Shanli Co. (2013), and Azin Shisheh Maghsoud Co. (2015) partially met his goals.
With the development of designs during 25 years, he is currently working in the fields of manufacturing porcelain, opal dishes, bone china dinner service sets, steel forks and spoons sets, molding & collection, exquisite handmade carpets, and carpet tableaus, leather products, flowers with cut branches and medicinal herbs, cakes, and pastries, clothing, design, and production of decals used in the production of containers, packaging and constructing foam. Now, the main products of this group are exported to 13 Asian, European, and South American countries. The sample exporter in the years 2016 and 2017, export sample unit of small and medium-sized industries in the year 2017, top provincial entrepreneur in several years and… are among the honors of Mr. Reza Imani. More than twenty other development plans have been prepared and developed by Mr. Imani. In the case of supplying necessary funding and infrastructure, he will implement them so that, while serving the dear homeland, it could objectify the employment of 15,000 people based on the vision document of Maghsoud Factories Group.