Export management companies are specialized intermediaries that help manufacturers enter export markets. These companies offer a wide range of services that include market research, marketing, distribution, finance and risk management. Export management companies have many benefits for manufacturers and can help manufacturers save time and money, reduce risk and increase profitability.

An export management company is completely independent, which undertakes the duties of a company’s export unit (producer) in the form of an official contract and commits to establishing a long-term relationship between the producer and the consumer in the export market.

What distinguishes the activity of this company from an export trading company is the obligation resulting from the prohibition of the possibility of buying and selling goods by this company and thus leaving the field of mediation.

In general, an export management company is committed to provide its share of sales in the target export market in a continuous planning.

Sirjan Gostar Global Group has entered into an export management contract with the following companies in order to develop the country’s non-oil product exports and connect the country’s powerful knowledge-based manufacturing companies with global markets:

  1. Tosee Andishan Atlas Company (TAVANA),
  2. Alborz Yadak Company,
  3. Atlas Petro Pouyesh Paj Company,
  4. Alvand steam heating systems company

The products and services of the above companies include the following:

  1. Types of LNG and CNG tanks type 1 and 2, mobile fueling stations, CNG gas trucks, dual fueling of all types of passenger cars and trucks, etc.
  2. Types of valves for CNG and LPG tanks.
  3. Designing and producing all kinds of compressors, dispensers, etc. related to CNG refueling stations and related spare parts.
  4. Types of fixed and mobile LPG tanks in different sizes.


Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) are developed based on the same internal combustion engines as gasoline and diesel vehicles and the performance is comparable with those of equivalent conventional vehicles. There are three types of NGV engine applications:

  1. Dedicated – Vehicle application using only natural gas (CNG or LNG).
  2. Dual fuels: Gas or Petrol
  3. Dual Diesel Fuel(DDF).

There are four kinds of CNG cylinders:

  1. Type 1: All Steel.
  2. Type 2: Hoop Wrapped Composite.
  3. Type 3: Fully Wrapped Composite.
  4. Type 4: Fully Wrapped Non-Metallic Liner.

There are two generation of kits for conversion:

  1. Type 1: Normal
  2. Type 4: Sequential




There are many kinds of valve to connect cylinders to kit.

  1. Conical Automatic Cylinder Valve
  2. Cylindrical Automatic Cylinder Valve
  3. Conical Manual Cylinder Valve
  4. Cylindrical Manual Cylinder Valve


There are two kinds of CNG stations:

  1. Constant
  2. Mobile

All of above items that can supply by EMC company.

Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) is an alternative fuel vehicle that uses compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG). Natural gas vehicles should not be confused with autogas vehicles powered by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), mainly propane, a fuel with a fundamentally different composition.

In a natural-gas-powered vehicle, energy is released by the combustion of methane gas (CH4) fuel with oxygen (O2) from the air to form carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapor (H2O) in an internal combustion engine. Methane is the cleanest burning hydrocarbon, and many contaminants present in natural gas are removed at the source. Existing gasoline-powered vehicles may be converted to CNG or LNG and can be dedicated (running only on natural gas) or bi-fuel (running on gasoline or natural gas). Diesel engines for heavy trucks and buses can also be converted. The addition of new heads containing spark ignition systems allows for the usage of CNG or LNG or trucks can be run on a blend of diesel and natural gas, with the primary ratio being mostly natural gas and a small amount of diesel fuel. It is also possible to generate energy in a small gas turbine coupled with a small electric battery to create a hybrid electric motor-driven vehicle.

Convenient fuel storage and refueling is a key challenge compared to petrol and diesel vehicles because natural gas is pressurized and liquefied (in the case of LNG). The lower energy density of gases compared to liquid fuels is mitigated dramatically by high compression or gas liquefaction but requires a trade-off in terms of the size, complexity, or weight of the storage container and the range of the vehicle. Although similar storage technologies may be used and similar compromises would apply to a hydrogen vehicle as part of a proposed new hydrogen economy, methane as a gaseous fuel is safer than hydrogen due to its lower flammability, low corrosively, and better leak prevention due to its larger molecular weight, resulting in less costly hardware solutions. Other factors holding back NGV popularization for individual mobility applications, i.e. private vehicles, include the additional weight, unfamiliarity with the technology, and lack of refueling infrastructure in some countries due to relatively small demand compared with other petroleum-based fuels such as gasoline and diesel.

Worldwide, there were almost 28 million NGVs by 2019.[1] In 2016, the market was led by China (5.4 million), Iran (4 million), India (3 million), Pakistan (3 million), Argentina (2.2 million), Brazil (1.8 million), and Italy (1.1 million).