Denmark’s Haldor Topsoe to set up office in Tehran

May 25, 2016

TEHRAN - Kim Braad Carlsen, the project manager of the Danish catalysis company Haldor Topsoe, revealed that the company plans to open its office in Tehran, Shana reported on Wednesday.

Carlsen who represented Haldor Topsoe in Iran’s first conference of advanced European technology in process furnaces, said, “After implementing the nuclear deal, European countries have lifted all restrictions for the transfer of technology to Iran and there are not any more limitations in this regard.”

“We are negotiating with Iranian companies to sign contracts for future cooperation with them, because it is a great opportunity and there is a lot of potential for cooperation with Iranian companies,” he added.

The manager further noted, “Iranian companies are very keen to utilize advanced knowledge and technologies of Europe and we see no limitation for providing them.”

Carlsen also said that there may still be issues regarding the banking relations with the country but Europe faces no restriction in the field of technology transfer to Iran.

Iran’s first conference of advanced European technology in process furnaces attended by petrochemical industry entrepreneurs and representatives of renowned European companies was held on Tuesday in Tehran with the aim of familiarizing the Iranian participants with the Europe’s new technologies and knowledge in oil-gas industry.

 

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