Introduction to the company
National Development Industrial and Mining Company (Private Joint Stock Company) was established in 2008 with the aim of directing investment for job creation and balanced regional development and meeting the needs of raw materials for the country’s crude steel production industries with an annual capacity of 2.5 million tons of concentrate and pellets. In 1392, the implementation of the company’s projects in Sangan, located 300 km southeast of Mashhad, was key.

The pre-production phase of the concentrate factory was inaugurated on January 28, 2017 in the presence of the First Vice President, Dr. Jahangiri, and the then Minister of Silence, Dr. Shariatmadari. It should be noted that Bank Melli as the operating bank and supplier of capital and the investment company of the National Development Group (Public Joint Stock) as an investor in the projects of the National Development Industrial and Mining Company (Private Joint Stock) participated in line with the private principle Construction and withdrawal of banks from the enterprise, this company was transferred to Khuzestan Steel Company (Public Joint Stock Company) in March 2017 and the name of the company was changed to Sanabad Inclusive Development Industrial and Mining Company.

company strategy
Sustainable development of production process and organization
Profitability and increase in return on assets
Improve customer satisfaction
Improve product quality
Attract, develop, empower and motivate human resources
Forward integration strategy and establishment of a steel plant
Balanced development strategy of the company from the stage of production of granulated iron ore, production of concentrate and pellets to the production of wide steel sections
Strategy for using the world’s top technologies in development projects
Strategy to reach domestic and foreign markets
Cheap domestic and foreign financing strategies for development projects
fields of activity
Crushing plant with a capacity of about 12 million tons per year (2900 tons per hour)
Concentrate plant with a capacity of 2.5 million tons per year
Pelletizing plant with a capacity of 2.5 million tons per year

The plant will receive 42% grade iron ore concentrate and will deliver 68% grade concentrate as the final product. The pelletizing plant will also receive concentrate with a grade of 68% and a pellet with a grade of 65.6% with dimensions of 9 to 16 mm.

The most advanced conveyor belt in the country for transporting crushed stone with a length of approximately 7 km and transporting crushed stone to the concentrate plant site up to a ceiling of 20,000 tons per day was launched in late 1997. Construction of temporary waste ponds in line with environmental activities, implementation of filtration project and construction of 300 ton scales as the largest scales in the country have been the most important activities of this company.

List of flagship projects

  • Concentrate plant with a capacity of 2.5 million tons per year
  • Pelletizing plant with a capacity of 2.5 million tons per year
  • Company strengths
  • Procurement of raw materials (pellets) at a lower cost due to proximity to the supplier factory
  • Existence of infrastructure in the initial plan to develop the plan up to 5 million tons of concentrate and pellets
  • Job creation in deprived areas
  • Existence of experienced specialists in different fields
  • Existence of knowledge of construction and operation of steel units and related assemblies
  • Existence of necessary infrastructure for construction of steel units
  • Utilizing the most appropriate technology of the day, taking into account the factory conditions
  • The cost price is lower than in the region due to cheaper inputs in the country
  • Short distance from the factory to the place of consumption of products and lower shipping costs

    Company goals
  • Completion of 2.5 million tons of concentrate and pellets
  • Capacity upgrade to 5 million tons of concentrate and pellets
  • Use of production effluents to supply water
  • Human Resource Development Program
  • Development of process management and organizational knowledge
  • External communication in the fields of environment, project progress reports and engineering
  • Employer supervision over the proper execution of the EPC contractor
  • Accelerate the project based on experience and expertise and focus on responsibilities and accountability
  • Eliminate the negative effects of consultants’ interactions with contractors
  • Reduction of employer costs in the field of manpower supply and engineering supervision under the title of technical office during the project implementation