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Iran plans to spend €300m to build 200 large cargo ships: Minister
Iran’s minister of trade said the country will spend nearly €300 million to build 200 large vessels as an ailing shipbuilding sector keeps growing only because foreign companies avoid offering services to the country due to American sanctions.
Iran’s diesel cargo sold at local exchange
A valuable cargo of diesel was sold at a local bourse within minutes of offering to foreign customers, a first case of diesel export for the country amid sanctions that have hampered direct sale of crude.
Cargo plane carrying four missing in eastern Indonesia
An Indonesian cargo plane with four people on board lost contact with air traffic control , an official said, the latest incident to hit the country's poor aviation record.
Largest Iranian-made cargo vessel exported
Largest Iranian-made fiberglass cargo vessel, capable of carrying 1,300 tons of cargo, was exported, said Director General of Ports and Maritime Organization of Hormuzgan Province Morad Afifipour on Sunday.
Iran receives first China cargo consignment via Kazakhstan
China, for the first time, exported commodities overland to Iran via the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan to be later sent by sea.
‌Singapore Airlines bans lion bones in cargo
Singapore Airlines said Friday it has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
India gets brisk cargoes from new Iran methanol unit
Several methanol cargoes from Marjan Petrochemical Company which Iran inaugurated in Assalouyeh last week are being arranged for shipment to India in late September, a report said.
Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Georgia mull rise in cargo transport to Iran, China
Representatives of railway departments of Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Georgia met in Odessa to discuss the increase in cargo transportation to China and Iran, JSC Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian Railways) said.
Cargo vessel unloads petrochemical equipment at Chabahar port
The first ship unloaded a cargo of equipment for petrochemical unit at Shahid Beheshti Port in Chabahar, in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan.
Cargo trade faces life in the slow lane after Brexit
After the Pride of York ferry sailed into the Belgian port of Zeebrugge from Hull in the UK earlier this month, dozens of cargo containers were offloaded and whisked away on trucks. The hundreds of passengers weren’t as lucky: They had to line up for border checks.
Cargo train travels from Poland to Iran
Azerbaijan Republic Railway Company announced on Thursday that a testing move by train carrying containers in the route of Poland, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan Republic and Iran was paved successfully and the train paved the route for nine days.
Iran's Customs finds 17 illegal migrants in cargos
Iran's Customs officers found 17 illegal immigrants hiding in shipments entering the country.
Crew of sunken cargo launch rescued in Persian Gulf
Deputy Director General of Bushehr province Ports and Maritime Organization Nourollah Asa'di announced on Saturday that seven crewmembers aboard a sunken cargo launch were rescued in the Persian Gulf.
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.

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