Despite the company succeeded to get a large number of exclusive representatives from international companies, financing abilities are considered as the second most important Sanatav's distinction in comparison with other domestic companies. In fact, continuous and effective efforts of managers in power, oil, gas, petrochemicals, water and wastewater industries have enabled the company to strengthen technical and commercial sectors by creating long-standing relationships with its international partners especially in Russia, also to take decisive steps in financing, participating and investing in industrial projects.
The company is now able to provide various and new solutions to finance industrial projects and focus on financing through banks and Russian companies which have good financial condition. Since lack of financial resources has been one of the biggest and real problems of the Iranian economy, the excellent performance in financial issues would be an important advantage for Sanatav. However, financial problems affect all sectors of economy in Iran, and apparently there is no way to solve it in the short to medium term, except that we can pave the way for foreign companies to transfer their capital and inject financial resources by communicating with international financial institutions. In this regard, Sanatav is ready to consult and take financial facilities from banks and international financial institutions which have contracted with them.
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