According to IRNA, Iran’s Ministry of Industry, Mining, and Exchange has stated that the country is on the verge of self-sufficiency in the production of several types of home machinery. “Despite the financial sanctions, the production of domestic machines within the nation has developed altogether and we are on the skirt of accomplishing self-sufficiency within the generation of different sorts in this field,” Alireza Razm Hosseini said on Saturday.
Speaking at the introduction ceremony of a washing machine generation line in Khorasan Razavi Province, Razm Hosseini said: “over 13 million domestic apparatuses were delivered within the nation within the past [Iranian calendar] year (finished on Walk 20), which was a extraordinary accomplishment for the industry.”
The Iranian government has been following an untested process for assisting home generation in order to mitigate the effects of US sanctions while reducing the economy’s reliance on oil earnings for the last few years. Household machines have been one of the forerunners in this regard, and like many other areas, the development of domestic machines has witnessed rapid growth in the past two years. Iran’s Appointee Industry, Mining, and Exchange Service Mehdi Sadeqi Niaraki stated in May that the country’s domestic machine industry grew by 78% in the previous Iranian calendar year. Despite the fabrication division’s limitations, the development was completed, according to the official, “While foreign brands cleared out Iran, producers were able to realize this jump by depending on residential capacities.”
Niaraki has stated that, given the infrastructure and capacities of the Iranian home appliance industry, the country will be able to become a net exporter of such products in the near future because the majority of the raw materials required by the sector are produced locally.
“Today we have the essential manpower, knowledge, and framework within the field, so there’s no reason to explore for remote sources to meet the country’s requests,” he said in early April.