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Iran’s Chabahar port reports 30% growth

During the first two months of 2019, the port Chabahar saw a 30% increase in its cargo handling operations compared to the same period last year, according to Hossein Shahdadi, deputy for port and economic affairs at the General Directorate of Ports and Maritime Affairs in Sistan and Baluchestan provinces.

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A pneumatic ship-unloader handling a bulker in Chabahar
A pneumatic ship-unloader handling a bulker in Chabahar

Shahdadi was reporting on cargo loading/unloading operations in the Shahid Beheshti and Shahid Kalantari ports of Chabahar.

 

Referring to Chabahar port’s timely discharge of essential goods for the country, he expressed hope that, with the increasing trend of loading and unloading these types of goods, there would be a sufficient supply of trucks for the transport of export goods through the port.

 

Chabahar claims to have several advantages for imports/exports to/from Iran and also for transit goods to/from other countries, such as India and Afghanistan.

 

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