Iran's Non-Oil Transit Ups by Nearly 700 Percent
Iran's non-oil transit rose by 688 percent in its largest port in the first four months of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 21) comparing to the similar period last year, said Manager of Shaheed Rajayee Port Special Economic Zone Ebrahim Ideni.
The Iranian official also said exports activities in the largest Iranian trade port boosted increasingly in the same period, the Iranian students' news agency reported.
Iran loaded and unloaded 24.416.569 tons of oil and non-oil goods via the port during the same period, 15.754.980 tons were non-oil goods and 8.661.589 tons were oil material.
Iran is located in the international corridor with the Iranian part of the corridor starting in Chabahar in the South and stretching up to the Northeastern city of Mashhad.