Eight-Month Transit Tops  7m Tons
Economy, Domestic Economy

Eight-Month Transit Tops 7m Tons

A total of 7.89 million tons of oil and non-oil goods transited via Iran’s 32 borders during the eight-month period ending November 21, said the director general of Transit and Border Terminals Bureau.  “The transit of 3.56 million tons of oil-based goods and 4.32 million tons of non-oil commodities were recorded over the period,” Mohammad Javad Atrchian explained. Bandar Abbas (28%), Parvizkhan (24.3%), Bashmaq (11.7%) and Bazargan (10.9%) were the most active terminals in terms of incoming transit, while Imam Khomeini Port (32.1%), Bandar Abbas (10.9%), Lotfabad (7%) and Sarakhs (6.7%) were busiest in clearing outbound transit, IRNA quoted the official as saying.

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