Currently this holding is producing, supplying, and exporting Weebaby, Weecare, Uniled, Unimed, Bebesun, Halloklain, Unisoft and Washtex brands in the market. Nowadays, the holding, as one of the most dynamic private-sector economic groups of the nation, is a leading role model and flows hope like blood into the veins of national production and industry and crystallizes entrepreneurship at its best.
In early 2017, due to his extensive experience and research in the field of production and import of polymeric mother and child products, he began to manufacture products in Rose Polymer Novin Behdasht Complex in a completely hygienic environment. Relying on experience and knowledge in addition to presence of loyal supporters and advocate customers are and will be a valuable support for the growth and excellence of this holding.
In 2016, Mr. Bahram Javadpour, having regard to the previous background of the leading company producing the top brand of wet wipes in Iran, and due to the domestic demand for wet wipe fibers and not to import it from Europe anymore, decided to reboot Nikoo Industrial Group under the trade name of Rose Narmin Tamin. It should be noted that what has always been of concern to the managers of this group is to pay attention to the quality of the manufactured product and its continuous improvement. Using innovative methods, this manufacturing company has met every level of customers demand by promoting its products to the highest and most unique quality. Given that spunlace is increasingly imported from other countries for consumption in the hygienic and cellulosic industries, and also considering the comparative advantages of the country to produce it, as well as increasing its consumption worldwide, the company made a small contribution to supply domestic demands as well as to export superior quality products to European countries, with the help of its hardworking competent managers and their planning.
With divine grace and in collaboration with an experienced team, Rose Ara Asia Cosmetics Laboratory in 2011, as a leading unit in cosmetics, hygienic, and mother and child products, produces wet wipes, shampoos, oils, lotions, kinds of soap and lady products, nail polish remover, women’s sanitary napkins, hand and face wipes and so on free from paraben under the trade name Weecare, Uniled, and Unimed for the first time in Iran. The productive relationship between the medical society of the country and the research and development faculty of Rose Ara Asia, the presence of 140 well-educated staff, and make use of precious opinions and feedback of the country’s experts made it possible to increasingly high quality products of the company be presented in the market.
In 2004, Azar Gostaran Asia Company was selected as the exclusive representative of BURDA WEE brand products in Iran. Azar Gostaran was recognized as the first importer of baby polymer products having a completely hygienic packaging in the country with the official permission of the Ministry of Health, Treatment and Medical Training of Iran. The company started its work with the aim of promoting family health and hygienic internationally, having a team of highly educated and experienced young people in a variety of academic disciplines, as an importer of baby polymer products at pharmacies, chain stores, galleries and baby product and layette stores in Iran.
According to the market need, Azar Gostaran Company in 2006 started the production of wet wipes as a PRIVATE LABEL, and also import and register it under the brand AQUA SAFE from Turkey. Relying on his university major (microbiology) and the extensive research he has done on the feasibility of producing wet wipe in Iran, the founder of the company in collaboration with Ms. Nihal Shahin Oglu from Turkey started the formulation of products free from paraben, alcohol, soap, and colored materials.
Engineer Bahram Javadpour, the founder of the Great Holding of Azar Gostaran Asia and one of the country’s leading entrepreneurs, began his first economic activity alongside his father, a well-known highbrow businessman, while studying. By the end of his academic studies, he started to import mother and child polymer products (nursing battle and nipple, etc.) and established a layette shop in Tabriz. His extensive research on polymer products began at that time. In 2003, due to Iranian market demand and lack of high quality polymeric baby products, he visits various factories around the world and met BURDA Complex under the management of Mr. Savash Demorag with a 20-year experience in the production and supply of these productions.