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Iran's Qeshm Island Begins Clinker Exports to India
Iran's Qeshm Island Begins Clinker Exports to India
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Iran's Qeshm Island Begins Clinker Exports to India

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Iran's Qeshm Island Begins Clinker Exports to India

Qeshm Cement Company has readied a 40,000-ton batch of clinker for export to India, announced Hormoz Amiri, an official with Qeshm Free Zone Organization.
“Qeshm Cement Company’s clinker shipment, worth about $900,000, is currently being loaded on to Kavo Platanos at Kaveh wharf,” Amiri was quoted by the organization’s public relations as saying on Monday. 
“The loading takes up to four days and the ship will leave for India’s Haldia Port [in West Bengal] on Friday.”

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