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Pakistan fruit cargo opens corridor to Russia via Iran
Iran said it has transited a major consignment of tangerines from Pakistan to Kazakhstan in an initiative that could open a new corridor for shipment of food items from Southeast Asia to markets as far as Russia.
India to send first cargo to Russia through INSTC
India says it is preparing to send a consignment to Russia through a much-awaited new intercontinental multi-modal corridor that connects its port city of Mumbai to Russia’s St Petersburg.
Cargo train starts long journey from China to Iran
A freight train set about its long journey from Muslim-residing Yinchuan, the capital of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, central China, on Tuesday to come to Tehran in the framework of the new Silk Road plan, named the One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR).
Cargo line opened between Qatar, Turkey via Iran
Qatar opened a land and sea cargo line with Iran and Turkey in a bid to reduce its cargo shipping costs by 80 percent, a report said.
Special tariffs to be applied for China-Iran container cargoes
Container cargo transportation on the China-Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran route will be undertaken at special favorable tariffs, said the Kazakh national railway company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy.
Share of railway in cargo transport rises
Despite tight budget and little investment, the government was able to raise the share of railways in cargo transportation in Iran, setting the stage for achieving the ambitious targets of the sixth five-year development plan (2017-22).
Turkish cargo jet crash kills 37 in Kyrgyzstan
A Turkish cargo jet crashed near Kyrgyzstan's Manas airport on Monday, killing at least 37 people, most of them residents of a village struck by the Boeing 747 as it tried to land in dense fog, Kyrgyz officials said.
Uzbekistan Airways to operate cargo flights to Tehran
Uzbekistan Airways will launch regular cargo flights to Tehran from April 29, according to the Uzbek carrier's website.
Iran receives first Siemens cargo
Europe's largest engineering company, Siemens has released the first cargo of properties Iran had ordered for developing South Pars Gas Field before the intensification of Western sanctions in 2012, an operator of some phases of the field said.
French cargo ship to dock in Iran
Following the conclusion of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers in Vienna, Austria, a French cargo ship is due to berth in a southern Iranian port in a couple of weeks.
Turkey seeks life terms for men halting Syria bound arms cargo
A provincial prosecutor's office in Turkey has sought life imprisonment terms for four local prosecutors and a gendarmerie officer allegedly involved in searching Turkish Intelligence Service (MIT) trucks engaged in transporting weapons to foreign-backed militants in Syria.
Central Asian states mull transit via Iran for bulk cargoes
An official of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways said Central Asian countries are considering a plan to use Iran's railroad network as transit route for bulk cargoes.
Iran: Pirate attacks on oil cargo soar
Pirate attacks targeting commercial shipping, including oil cargo, have sharply increased, Managing Director of National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) Ali Akbar Shafa’ie has said.
First Iran-Boeing deal since 1979
American aircraft-manufacturing giant Boeing has ended a 35-year break in business with Iran, supplying the country’s national flag carrier with a cargo of aircraft-related items.
5,000-ton Russian cargo ship docks at Iranian port
A 5,000-ton Russian cargo ship has docked at the northern Iranian port of Astara in the Caspian Sea, in what has been the first such event in history of the Iranian port.

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