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03.08.2020
Source: Keyaniyan press & media
Axel Zoppke is the new sales manager for bakery raw materials at Keyaniyan
Since the beginning of August with Axel Zoppke an experienced raw materials expert has assumed responsibility for sales activities in the field of bakery raw materials at the Keyaniyan Company. Axel Zoppke can look back on many years of sales experience in a leading position: For 34 years Zoppke held various positions for BÄKO, the cooperatively organized specialist wholesaler for bakeries and confectioneries in Germany and Austria.
30.04.2020
Source: sweets processing, Heft 3-4/2020, Seiten 20-23
For top products you need top-quality raw materials
“We source our goods from 33 countries around the world, from Turkey to California to China. We thus cover all the relevant origins for each of our products, even as exotic as Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, ”explains Behnam Keyaniyan.
24.11.2019
Source: Quelle: Keyaniyan Presse & Medien
Keyaniyan as a sponsor at the 20th Confectionery Congress
From November 20 to November 22, 2019, more than 550 participants from the confectionery industry came together at the 20th International Confectionery Congress to find out about relevant trends in the industry.
05.04.2019
Source: brot + backwaren, Heft 02/2019, S. 36-37
A knack for the market
For more than 90 years, Keyaniyan Company has been a specialist in trading bakery seeds, dried fruit and nut kernels. In addition to a manageable core portfolio the Hamburg-based company is active in niches that only a few serve.
15.12.2016
Source: Welt am Sonntag
With a good feeling for business
The risks for international trade transactions are increasing. In addition to smooth goods logistics, the accompanying cash flow is becoming increasingly important. A food importer reports.

Merchants for generations

Keyaniyan Company was founded from Reza and Hassan Keyaniyan as well as Taghi Tabarrok in 1928 with branches in Hamburg, Tabriz and Teheran. The headquarters of the Hamburg Keyaniyan branch was located on the historical Schopenstehl street.