1945

He ventures into a partnership with Sezavar family which by then already had established a sound reputation as a tea and sugar trader.

 
 
1945

He ventures into a partnership with Sezavar family which by then already had established a sound reputation as a tea and sugar trader.

 
 
1964

...HAMTA'S FIRST OFFICE IS OPENED...

 
1965

New young manager at the helm of the company enters the car business while looking after the day to day activities of the garment factory.

 
1968

"IRAN Ford" was established as a franchise holder of American Ford Motors Company in Iran

 
1973

Hamta launched its venture in graphic arts industry and imported the first gravure presses in Iran for packaging industry. Since then Hamta has always had the best technical teams.

 
1974

Barf Co was closed and the holding's name changed to Hamta Group.

 
1984

Following 1979 Iranian revolution many commercial and industrial activities were severely disrupted. The US sanctions were also starting to bite. Against such a backdrop Hamta's management decided to embark on a restructuring plan.

 
1984

Following 1979 Iranian revolution many commercial and industrial activities were severely disrupted. The US sanctions were also starting to bite. Against such a backdrop Hamta's management decided to embark on a restructuring plan.

 
 
1992

Hamta Graphic became a leading company in graphic arts industry in the region and started working with CIS countries as well.

 
 
1994

Hamta opens new branch office in Dubai...

 
 
1996

Hamta foundation was established by Mrs. Maryam Moltaji.

 

 
1999

Reza Sezavar, the middle son of the Sezavar family takes charge as the new managing director.

 
 
2004

Hamta consolidates its position as a leading company in graphic arts industry and food business.

 
 
2008

Hamta enters car importing business and opens a new commercial center

 
 
2009

Hamta opens branch office in Erbil, Iraq.

 
 
2010

Hamta establishes itself as a major supplier of food products and printing equipment to Iran, Iraq and CIS countries.

 
 
2012

Having an annual turnover of 200 million dollars, Hamta is the biggest supplier of rice in Iran.