Engineer Jalal Safarzadeh was born in 1919 in Sirjan. He completed his elementary and high school education by the fourth grade of high school in Sirjan and received his mathematics diploma in the fifth and sixth years of his high school in Tehran. In the same year he passed the entrance exams of Tehran Polytechnic School (now Amir Kabir) and in 1347 he obtained master's degree in chemical and petrochemical engineering. In February 1345 he started his work at Dorud Cement Company of Lorestan which belongs to Fars and Khuzestan Cement Company and worked as a factory laboratory chemist.
Mr. Ali agah was aware of the managers and pioneers who began his managerial career in 1349 and took on a responsibility that was based on his profound scientific knowledge. Kerman Cement Factory was commissioned by Haj Abolghasem Harandi, Head of Kerman Chamber of Commerce and Merchants Brothers, Hamadan Brothers and Iran Industrial and Mineral Development Bank with a capital of 160 million Rials in 1346, and its first unit with a capacity of 300 tons / day was registered in 1349. The operation has arrived. At the same time, Mr.
Sirjan has always cultivated artisans. One of them is Mohammad Amini who was born in 1327 in Sirjan. Most of the time, successful athletes also have a remote control on fire. As the saying goes: "Healthy reason is healthy in body." It's good to do sports alongside industrial work, and to do so in the championship. Amini also cared about sports while working and trying. The result was none other than his championship in the field of shipping in Kerman province and in the country.
Jabal Barezi is a young face and young man! Although his face shows a mature, lumpy person who does not speak easily, Abbas Jabbarezi was born in Tehran in 1343 and holds a degree in electrical engineering from AMC University. His innovations and those of others working in the industry have prevented the country from importing some types of unnecessary power and control panels and preventing foreign exchange. He entered into industrial work in 1986.
Mohsen Jalalpour (born 7, Kerman) holds an MBA degree from MBI, an economic activist, and a former Vice President of the 7th and 8th Chambers of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture of Iran. He is the chairman of the Kerman Chamber of Commerce and President of the Pistachio Association in his career. He belongs to a family of merchants and owns about 5 hectares of farmland and pistachio gardens and owns a company that produces and exports about a quarter of the world's green pistachio products.