Kish Port’s 5-Month Throughput  at 1m Tons
Economy, Domestic Economy

Kish Port’s 5-Month Throughput at 1m Tons

More than 1 million tons of oil and non-oil goods were loaded and unloaded in Kish Port during the first five months of the current Iranian year (started March 21), according to director general of Kish Port and Maritime Organization, Mahmoud Qanbari. Mehr News Agency quoted the official as saying on Saturday that non-oil commodities accounted for the lion’s share of the throughput, standing at 906 million tons. He added that the port registered 124 million tons of loading and unloading of oil products. Moreover, according to Qanbari, Kish registered the import of 38,000 and export of 2,000 tons of goods during the same period. Kish is a Persian Gulf island in Hormozgan Province enjoying free trade zone status.

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