Bahman Group

Bahman Group
Traded as TSE: BHMN1
Industry Holding Company
Founded 1952
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Products Automobile
Owner Mehr-e-Eqtesad, Bahman Investment, Kharazmi, Ghadir

Bahman Group (Persian: گروه بهمن) is an Iran-based manufacturer of vehicles under license by Mazda. Founded in 1952 by Mr. Amanollah Sarbaz and his son, they have since then manufactured, under license, versions of Mazda's trucks. Today, the company manufactures versions of the Mazda B-Series pickups and the previous generation Mazda 323 and Mazda 3. They also manufacture Isuzu buses and FAW trucks. Currently, the group is headed by Mohammad Reza Soroush.

Bahman Group company shares are traded in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE). Mehr-e-Eqtesad Financial Group, Bahman Investment Company, Kharazmi Investment Company, and Ghadir Investment Company used to be major shareholders of Bahman Group, until Septembet 2016, with 27.4%, 4.4%, 3,2%, and 3.2% of the total company's share respectively.[1] The became shareholders of Siba Motor Company after its creation in 2007.[2]

‌Bahman Group Company has been listed listed in Iran 100 top companies based on assessment holds by Industrial Management Institute (IMI) annually for many years.[3]


  1. Tehran Security Exchange Co. (TSE); et al. (August 2014). "Bahman Group on Tehran Securities Exchange Co. Site". Tehran Securities Exchange Company. Retrieved 2014-08-05.
  2. "History of BahmanGroup".
  3. Industrial Management Institute (IMI); et al. (August 2014). "Iran 100 Top Companies Ranking". IMI. Retrieved 2014-08-05.

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