Iran List - updated 25 May 2011
Current version of the Iran List of entities which are of concern on End-Use grounds. This list is published by the Export Control Organisation
The Export Control Organisation (ECO) has published a new version of the Iran List (PDF, 562 Kb) . This list is dated 25 May 2011.
The new entities added to the list is as follows:
- Ardakan Glass
- Arya Sasol Polymer Co
- IVO Laboratory at Golmakan
- Shahrekord Cement Industries
- Tabriz Oil Refining Co
What is the Iran List?
This is a listing for entities and organisations in Iran which is made publically available by the ECO in order to help exporters judge which exports might be of concern for End-Use Control reasons.
ECO Advisory Services
If you are considering a transaction which involves an entity on the list in any capacity it is advisable to either:
If you do not already know if your goods are listed on a Control List, your first step should be either to 'self-rate' or (as of 6 June) you can make a Control List Classification Advice Service request via SPIRE.
Further details about the ECO's new advisory services are provided in notifications issued by the ECO in Notices to Exporters.
Notice to Exporters 2011/11 (DOC, 490 Kb) issued on 23 May 2011 provides details about the forthcoming advisory service changes.
Export Control Enquiries
Further details about ECO's advisory services and practical guidance for exporters is available on the export control pages of the Businesslink website
This website includes:
- Full current downloadable versions of the UK Strategic Export Control Lists
- End-Use Control guidance including on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) End-Use Controls
- Information on how to understand if your goods need an export licence and how to self-rate
- Details of current arms embargoes
For general export control queries please contact the ECO Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or mailto:email@example.com
Notices to Exporters
To access previously issued Notices, Training, Awareness and Compliance Bulletins, the latest Iran List and details of export control prosecutions go to the Notices to Exporters page. You can choose to subscribe to our email alerts service.
ECO Business Awareness Team
Export Control Organisation
25 May 2011