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Iran 20/07/2017

Iran plans to increase its port capacity

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The volume of goods loaded / unloaded in the ports of Iran has increased by 9.4% per year and multiple investment projects aim to further strengthen the country's port capacity.

A report by the Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran (PMO) shows that the volume of goods loaded / unloaded in Iranian ports exceeded 118.87 million tonnes (+ 9.4%) in the first 10 months of the Iranian calendar year, non-oil products representing 79.95 million tons.
The annual total is about 210 million tonnes, of which 4.86-5 million TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent, 20-foot unit) containers. PMO announces increased port capacity for containers. Various investment projects, of which 3 are in progress in the south of the country, will be completed in early 2020. The total port capacity will reach 250 million tons annually.



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In the south of the country, the port of Bandar Abbas, renamed Shahid Rajaee SEZ, will be the beneficiary of the most important investment projects.
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