Imports of goods via Khorramshahr port increases 29%


The imports of goods via Khorramshahr port in the southwest of Iran rose 29 percent during the 11-month period from March 21, 2021 to February 19, 2022, as compared to the same period of time in the past year, a provincial official announce.

Nourollah As’adi, the director-general of Khorramshahr Ports and Maritime Department, said that 187,175 tons of commodities were imported via this port during the said time span.

In terms of container goods, the official said over 180,501 tons of container commodities were loaded and unloaded at this port in the 11-mpnth period, indicating a three-percent rise. As previously announced in a report by Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO), .—Tehran Times


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