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Iran: Shipping goods from Chabahar port to India within 4 days

Fresh Date
Fruits
India
Supply Chain Management
Fresh Apple
Iran
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 7, 2023

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Chabahar port in Iran has reestablished its export and import transport network for horticultural and refrigerated products with the arrival of direct container transport services from the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group. The port has sent 56 refrigerated containers, loaded with apple and date products, to India in a shipping operation estimated to take 4 days. This initiative by the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group has led to an increase in container operations at Chabahar port and a reduction in congestion at Bandar Abbas port.
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According to Isna, following the establishment of direct container transport service and the arrival of refrigerated containers by the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group between Chabahar and India, Chabahar port has rejoined the export and import transport network of horticultural and refrigerated products. 56 TEU refrigerated containers containing export apple and date products left for India from Shahid Beheshti port with a ship belonging to Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping. The time of direct shipping of container cargo from Chabahar port to India is estimated to be 4 days, and the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group has now expanded its direct container shipping services between the ports of China, India, UAE and Chabahar port at competitive prices. This has led to an increase in the volume of container operations of Chabahar port as the gateway to the east. With this action of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group, the seasonal congestion of Bandar Abbas in ...
Source: Isna
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