TEHRAN, Iran, Sept.3
Iran's non-oil export via the western ports of Hormozgan Province has increased by 31 percent during the past five months of the current Iranian year (started March 20,2020), said the Managing Director of Ports and Maritime Organization in western Hormozgan Ghasem Asgari Nasab, Trend reports citing Ports and Maritime Organization website.
"A total of 429.83 tons has been exported from western ports of Hormozgan Province during the past five months," he said.
" Major part of export form the province included fruits, vegetables, nuts, minerals, construction materials," he added.
"During the past five months about 1.7 million tons of goods were unloaded and loaded at western ports of Hormozgan Province. Some 860,985 tons were non-oil goods and 921,70 tons were oil products," Nasab said.
"Export volume of agriculture products and livestock was 129,614 tons during this period, and has increased 22 percent, compared to the same time in Iranian year (started March 20,2019)," he said.
"A total of 17,770 vehicles has transited goods, while 6,258 ships have been harbored at western ports of Hormozgan Province to unload and load goods," he said.