Dramatic Rise in Zadehan-Quetta Rail Transport
Dramatic Rise in Zadehan-Quetta Rail Transport

Dramatic Rise in Zadehan-Quetta Rail Transport

Dramatic Rise in Zadehan-Quetta Rail Transport

More than 6,300 tons of cargo were transported from Zahedan in the southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan Province to Pakistan’s Quetta during the first two months of the current Iranian year (March 21-May 21), registering a 4.2-fold rise year-on-year. The commodities mainly included cement, bitumen, sulfur and residue wax, IRNA reported. Over 4,300 tons of goods were transported into Iran via railroad, indicating a 95% increase. Rice was the major imported commodity.


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