Based on the recent rankings conducted by the Industrial Management Organization (IMI-100), Pasargad Energy Development Company has heightened its rank to each the 41th place among Iranian companies, as well as achieving the third rank in regard to the highest sales growth among the top 100 companies within the country.
According to reports by public relations sector of Pasargad Energy Development Company, the 22nd Annual Top Corporate Ranking Conference was held yesterday in the presence of the CEO of the Industrial Management Organization, the Director of the Top Companies Rating Center, the top executives of the country's top firms and other experts in the field.
In this conference, it was stated that Pasargad Energy Development Company stood at 41th rank among top 100 companies following a 51 number of upgrades in rank from the previous year. It is also worth noting that with regards to the highest sales growth, Pasargad Energy Development Company attained the third place in the list of 100 companies with high amount of sales.
This ranking system is annualy held based on the sales and financial performance of companies and business institutions, with regard to the verified financial statements and added value, assets and employment, profitability and market value.
Since 1999, the Industrial Management Organization has undertaken an annual rating of the Iranian Top Companies (IMI-100). This ranking, inspired by the mission of the organization, provides a clearer and more useful statistics and data on the country's businesses, as well as presenting a more vivid picture of the country's current business and helps business executives, policymakers and researchers to identify a more intricate understanding of the scale, and financial and economic structures of the country's large industries and enterprises.
Moreover, it should be noted that the Industrial Management Organization annually ranks top Iranian companies. The ranking, which lists 500 large and influential companies in the country's economy, aims at identifying the status of businesses and industry groups (various business disciplines), expanding competition among businesses, and providing the grounds for the country's economic policymakers.