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Over dozen ships carrying fuel, food impounded in Saudi port: Yemeni official
A Yemeni maritime official says the Saudi-led coalition has impounded more than a dozen ships carrying energy derivatives and food destined for the conflict-plagued and impoverished Arab country, despite the fact the vessels had earlier acquired necessary permits from the United Nations.
Iran to open first private port on Caspian Sea shore
The first privately-owned port facility on Iran’s Caspian Sea shores is to open after nearly 15 years of planning and construction, said Allahyar Asadi, who heads Ports and Maritime Organization of Golestan Province.
Launching Indonesia-Chabahar sea line to turn port to regional tourism hub
Since the Indonesia-Dubai sea line is operating, establishment of Indonesia-Chabahar sea line can transform the southeastern Iran port into a regional tourism and transit hub.
Iran says sanctions caused boom in port operation capacity
Iran’s minister of roads and urban development said cargo handling capacity at ports south and north of the country has increased despite US sanctions that sought to cripple the country’s maritime sector.
Iran mulling discounts to encourage more activity at Chabahar port
The Iranian government is planning discounts, along other measures, to encourage increased operations in Chabahar port in southeastern Iran.
Iran mulling discounts to encourage more operations at Chabahar port
Iranian government is planning discounts along other measures to encourage increased port operations in Chabahar southeast of the country.
Official says Chabahar port, hub of int'l trade
Port of Chabahar is a shortcut hub for international trade of Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the route for outside world of the Central Asian states, an Iranian official said on Saturday.
Iranian ports flourishing with massive private sector investments
Iran’s ports in the south and north of the country are drawing an unprecedented amount of investments from the private sector as authorities eye a jump in onshore manufacturing activities and an improved transportation network that could help exports and imports at the time of US sanctions.
Iran’s exports via southern port up 56%
Since March 21, 2019, Iran's exports via Khorramshahr port in the southern Khuzestan Province increased 56 percent compared to the figure for the same period of the previous year, the head of Khorramshahr Ports and Maritime Organization said.
Port plans to introduce 'sea bins' to clean up sea
A port will celebrate World Environment Day on Wednesday by introducing three eco-friendly projects.
Chabahar port exempted from US sanctions
US Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells announced the US approval of Kabul application for exempting Chabahar Port from the US sanctions.
Stranded migrant boat appeals to Europe for port after eight days at sea
A charity ship with scores of African migrants on board appealed to European states for a safe port on Thursday after being stranded for eight days between Malta and Italy, saying the health of the rescued people was worsening.
Iran opens new port on Persian Gulf island
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami inaugurated a 50,000-ton container dock on Negin Island in the Persian Gulf, in the southern province of Bushehr.
Yemen's parties agree to start stalled troop withdrawal from main port
Yemen's warring parties have agreed to start withdrawing forces from the main port of Hodeida under a UN-sponsored deal, the United Nations said, following weeks of diplomacy to salvage a pact that stalled over control of the Red Sea city.
Minister: Iranian ports' loading, unloading capacity soars to 234m tons
Loading and unloading capacity of Iranian ports has reached 234 million tons from 19 million tons four decades ago, said Iran's roads and urban development minister.

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