Iran’s shipment of export container cargos increases 120 percent in Caspian Sea
(MENAFN) Chief of Iran’s Khazar Sea Shipping Lines noted that the shipment of export container commodities has increased 120 percent in the Caspian Sea in the opening seven months of the present Iranian calendar year (March 21-October 22) in comparison to the prior year.
Kambiz Jahanbani also declared that the transit of commodities in line with the Worldwide North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC) has jumped by 350 percent in the opening seven months of this year from the previous year.
As stated by Jahanbani, new improvements in Iran’s financial ties with Russia and the growing of exchange and transit in line with International North-South Transit Corridor has been the major cause for the mentioned rise, as reported by IRNA.
Highlighting that the fleet of Khazar Sea Shipping Lines is working at 100 percent ability to deal with the export request in line with INSTC from the northern ports of the nation, Jahanbani pointed out that “Khazar Sea Shipping Lines is trying to fulfill its role and duty in the field of transporting export goods, especially along the North-South corridor.”
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