Navid Zar Chimi Industrial Company, a private joint stock company, was established in 1999 to meet the increasing demands of polypropylene products both for local and international markets. Located in Bandar Imam special Economic Zone, Khouzestan Province, the plant is fence to fence to the Amir Kabir Petrochemical Company olefin cracker. The production facility was commissioned and started up in september 2004.

Parslen PP is the registered trade name for our polypropylene produced and marketed by Navid Zar Chimi Industrial Company.

Parslen PP is manufactured under the Spheripol process introduced by BASELL (Montell) which is the most advanced technology in the production of polypropylene. The categorization of Parslen PP can be placed in three broad groups: HOMOPOLYMERS; RANDOM COPOLYMERS; and HETROPHESIC COPOLYMERS. Upon specific applications, these can further be subdivided into a wider spectrum of grades with different additives and MFI offering our clients with the widest range of products to suit their needs.

Navid Zar Chimi Industrial Company with the capacity of 160,000 MT/year is utilizing the leading process technologies around the world to develop products that enhance the quality of life.

In addition to supplying the local market Navid Zar Chimi (NZC) has been actively exporting its products to China, Japan, Vietnam, Pakistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan and other destinations. There has been wide acceptance of the quality of the products by NZC.

NZC holds ISO certificates for:

BS OHSAS 18001 iso 9001 iso 14001 iso 50001 iso TS 29001
This indicates the companies aspiration for achieving high goal in management, quality control, safety and environmental issues. The company has been awarded the "green industry" certificate for two consecutive years.

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Welcome to Navid Zar Chimi's new website. The website allows us to provide up-to-date information on our ever-increasing product line, and to better serve our customer needs.
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