Domestic Economy

Throughput of Iranian Ports Turns a Corner

Non-oil goods accounted for over 25.83 million tons of the total throughput in Q1, showing a 3.07% rise year-on-year
Throughput of Iranian Ports Turns a Corner
Throughput of Iranian Ports Turns a Corner

More than 36.31 million tons of commodities were loaded and unloaded in Iran’s 21 commercial ports during the first quarter of the current Iranian year (March 21-June 21) to register a 0.94% decline compared with the corresponding period of last year.
The 21 ports under study include Iran’s southern ports of Abadan, Imam Khomeini, Bushehr, Khorramshahr, Genaveh, Bandar Lengeh, Chavibdeh, Arvandkenar, Charak and Dayyer on the shores of the Persian Gulf, Shahid Rajaee, Shahid Bahonar, Qeshm and Tiab at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz, Jask and Chabahar along the Sea of Oman and the northern ports of Fereydounkenar, Noshahr, Astara, Amirabad and Anzali on the coastline of Caspian Sea.


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