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Who Are We? Carpets and rugs have long been considered as part of Iranian industry and textiles. The oldest carpet of the world ever discovered is the Aryan carpet with Achaemenid noble painted carpet also known as Pazirik, found in the grave of one of the Scythian rulers in the Pazirik valley in the mountain range of the Siberian Altai. The researchers believe that the carpet is from the tissues of the Parthians and the Medes and related to the Achaemenid period. For a long time, there are many different people working in the textile and carpet industry in Iran, Rezvan Textile Company is one of those many companies.

The company operating today in the name of Rezvan is actually the resault of the efforts of a man who started his bussiness in Tehran, Iran. Then Mr Gholam Hossein Farzin -his son- Founded Rezvan Textile Company to continue his fathers way.

Mr. Farzin, the father of the company's founder, in the years passed, bought wool from ranchers, and turned the wool by dyeing and waxing technicians to carpet yarns, and then he gave the yarns to the carpet makers, whitout taking money from them. They used to check out after the sale of their carpets.

Mr. Farzin, at the beginning of his childhood, became acquainted with his father and his job, and at the age of 19, he founded the first wool factory in Tehran. Also because the northern parts of the country have a good moisture content for spinning he founded Haraz Wool Company in 1974 in Amol. Mazandaran (Northern Iran).

With the onset of the polymer industry and abnormal fiber industries, the first line of production of polypropylene BCF yarn was developed, and continued to produce acrylic yarn made from synthetic fibers, and the proper functioning and market demand of the inner market, Under the names of Haraz Wool, Fargol-Ris, Rezvan and RezvanTab, with different types of acrylic yarns with the marks of 10.5 - 12 - 18 - 22 - 26 - 32 - 36 - 52, in addition to dyeing and spinning.

At present, with a total area of 45,000 square meters, with a total of 450 employees and workers, it has been producing 24 different types of synthetic fibers to contribute to the country's carpet industry and help to produce and upgrade the national industry.