Abadgaran Construction Chemicals Group

Founded in 1993 and initiating its business by establishing a workshop in Sheikh Abad Industrial Zone and collecting required licenses from Tehran Province Mine and Industries, Abadgaran Company brought into the market its first products of concrete and tile adhesives. In the first year, the company managed to produce and supply 55MT construction adhesive to the construction projects.

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