About Us

Iran Tablo Co. and its Roots

The platform on which Iran Tablo Co. was formed dates back to early 1950’s when the founder, Mr. Fayegh Pouladian-Kari began his work in the field of electrical engineering as a service and installation contractor. A few years later a small production workshop was created under the trade name of Technical Ramin, which in 1964 was transformed into the registered corporation known today as Iran Tablo Co (ITC).

ITC’s core activity remains the manufacture of Low and Medium Voltage (Transmission, Distribution and Control) switchgear panels, though over the past five decades it has invested into an expansion programme with values based on Quality, Innovation and Continuous Enhancement.

ITC has an established reputation as a leading-edge producer of Electrical Control and Distribution Systems in Iran and is positioned as the front-runner in this field.

During its 50+ years of service, ITC has gained an expansive range of Engineering, Manufacturing, Installation, and Commissioning experience in a diversified array of industrial sectors such as Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals, Chemicals, Steel, Copper, Mining, Power Generation, Water Distribution, Waste Treatment, Food Production, Healthcare and Civil & Infrastructure Developments.

Over the years ITC has successfully adopted and transferred various technologies for local production of Medium and Low Voltage Type-Tested Withdrawable switchgear products from international technology holders such as AEG, GE-Power Controls, Alstom, HHI and the most recent and up to date one from ABB, through associated License Agreements.

Since 2001, ITC has also expanded its product range to include PLC based Process Control Systems, including Power Management (PMS) & Power Distribution and Control Systems (PDCS), where ITC holds the largest market share in the Iranian market.

With five decades of experience in Engineering, Manufacturing and Installation of Power Distribution and Control Systems, today Iran Tablo Co. has firmly established itself as the leading brand in its own field of activity.

ITC’s glorious history is testament to professional teamwork amongst individuals whose efforts and dedication have collectively enabled the name of Iran Tablo Co. to rise above the rest and survive the economic and political turbulences experienced over the past fifty years.

Through shear hard work and continued commitment of two generations, ITC is now positioned on a solid foundation to continue its legacy in Iran’s industrial arena.

ITC’s second generation have successfully launched the next wave of expansion plans and further extended their influence in Industrial Development Projects based on the principles of their founding members, which are “Honour”, “Respect”, “Accountability”, “Determination” and “Innovation”. These are the key values, which have led Iran Tablo Co. to become a leading brand, and these are the beliefs that will be used to invest into the next generation of talent who will carry ITC’s flag in the future.

ITC as a business group is involved in activities that go beyond manufacturing of Switchgear systems and is now involved in EPC/MC Services, Design and Development of Automation Systems including PMS/PDCS, SCADA, Process Automation and BMS solutions.

In today’s intense environment and global competition, the pressure on better performance continues to drive ITC to focus on Key Performance Indicators and use gifted individuals to invent and adopt new approaches to it’s growing business.

Amalgamation of years of experience and new innovations from two generations is the secret of our success and the source of energy that will be driving ITC forward to new frontiers.

Over recent years, ITC has expanded its boundaries to the regional markets of Middle East, Africa and South America, with project references in Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Syria, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E and Venezuela.

Our social responsibility is the development of young professionals whose potentials are tapped and made a reality to aid further advancement of industrial, economic, social and cultural standards.