Tehran Road Cargo Transportation Grows 6.7%
Tehran Road Cargo Transportation Grows 6.7%
Monday, April 16, 2018

Tehran Road Cargo Transportation Grows 6.7%

Monday, April 16, 2018

Tehran Road Cargo Transportation Grows 6.7%

Over 3.26 million trucks transported about 33 million tons of cargo across Tehran Province in the last Iranian year (ended March 20), registering a 6.7% rise compared with the year before, a provincial official with Iran Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization, affiliated to the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, said. “Cement topped the list of commodities that were transported across the province last year with a total of 2.7 million tons, which accounted for 5.8% of total road cargo transportation in Tehran,” Hassan Abdolmaleki was also quoted as saying by the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development’s news portal.


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