BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec.5
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
The volume of cargo loaded and unloaded in the Bandar Lengeh port of the Hormozgan Province (southern Iran) decreased by about 7.3 percent in the 8th month of the current Iranian year (October 23 through November 21, 2021), compared to the 7th month (September 23 through October 22, 2021), Trend reports via the statistics of Iranian Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO).
According to the statistics, about 150,000 tons of cargo were loaded and unloaded in this port in the 8th month. So, 120,400 tons of cargo were loaded and 29,500 tons were unloaded.
About 119,000 tons of cargo were exported and 7,040 tons were imported through the Bandar Lengeh port over the eighth month.
"Furthermore, 22,200 tons of cargo were unloaded in this port for transit. Also, 1,810 tons of cargo were loaded and 102 tons were unloaded for cabotage during the reporting month," the statistics said.
As well as, 140 tons of cargo were unloaded in this port for other purposes.
So, 90,100 tons of essential products, 33,500 tons of construction and mining materials, 23,100 tons of equipment, vehicles and spare parts and 1,510 tons of chemicals were loaded and unloaded in the Bandar Lengeh port in the 8th month of the current Iranian year.
Moreover, 1,390 tons of leather goods, clothing, fibers, paper and wood materials, 157 tons of small and assorted products were loaded and unloaded in the port within the mentioned month.
As reported, about 11.1 million tons of cargo were loaded and unloaded in Iranian ports in the eighth month of the current Iranian year. Of this, 5.7 million tons were loaded and 5.4 million tons were unloaded. This is an increase of 13.4 percent, compared to the same month last Iranian year.
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