Return of 14 international shipping lines to Iranian ports
Return of 14 international shipping lines to Iranian ports The Deputy Minister of Ports and Maritime Organization said: In recent months, 14 international shipping lines have resumed their activities in Iranian ports and 8 shipping lines have announced their readiness to cooperate with Iranian ports.
Referring to the welcome of large shipping lines to enter Iranian ports, Jalil Eslami said: “22 international shipping lines were in contact with Iran before the imposition of sanctions, and in recent months, 14 shipping lines have reopened and 8 shipping lines.” They have announced their readiness to cooperate with Iranian ports.
The Deputy Minister of Ports and Special Zones of the Ports and Maritime Organization added: “International shipping lines stopped their activities in Iranian ports by imposing sanctions, but after the lifting of sanctions, it was possible to return these lines.”
Eslami stated: At present, 14 active international shipping lines have a special look at Shahid Rajaei and Bandar Abbas ports.
According to the Deputy Minister of Ports and Special Zones of the Ports and Maritime Organization, the operation of international shipping lines in Iranian ports increases the choices of exporters and importers, while helping them to import goods at a better price and in a completely competitive environment. Or issue.
Eslami stated: with the operation of reputable shipping lines in Iranian ports, the need to transfer Iranian goods to the ports of neighboring countries and the region is eliminated and the increase in costs imposed during the embargo is reduced.
A member of the board of directors of the Ports Organization said: “The activity of international lines in Iran is a kind of international credit and shows that Iran is considered a safe country that has suitable business conditions for cooperation.”
Regarding the Ports Authority’s plan to increase connections with international shipping lines, he said: “The necessary commercial infrastructure must be provided in ports to increase the willingness of shipping lines to operate in them.”
Eslami continued: “With the improvement of the commercial capacities of Iranian ports, the success rate of international lines for the transportation of goods will increase, while if proper services are provided to shipping lines, this issue will increase their interest.”
The Deputy Minister of Ports and Special Zones of the Ports and Maritime Organization added: “Among the 14 international shipping lines operating in Iranian ports, there are companies that are among the leading international shipping brands, including MSC.” And “Over Green” pointed out. (October)