The Iranian side snatched two silvers and two bronzes, sticking to the heels of the third-placed China.
Vahid Sarlak and Hossein Qomi finished runner-up in 66 and 100 kg respectively and the two bronze medals came as the country's 90 kg judoka Mehran Qassemzadeh and +100 kg representative Meysam-Ali Beigi stood third.
South Korea lifted the title and Japan finished second.
Twenty-three teams from 16 countries participated in the international event.
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