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Iran, Turkey to launch int’l transit corridor
Iranian Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development Shahram Adamnejad said Tehran and Ankara have reached major agreements on road and railroad transport, including on establishment of an international corridor connecting Afghanistan to Turkey via Iran.
Iran, Turkey agree to facilitate cross border traffic
Officials of Iran's Bazargan Customs and Turkey's Gürbulak Customs agreed to facilitate truck traffic across the border between the two countries, with over 450 trucks crossing the checkpoint daily.
7m tons of goods transited via Iran in nine months
A total of seven million tons of oil and non-oil products were transited through Iran during the nine months from March 21-December 21, 2018 registering a four-percent growth compared to the figure for the same period of the previous year.
Chabahar port transits 120,000 tons of commodities to Afghanistan
Some 120,000 tons of commodities were transited to Afghanistan from the southeastern Iranian port of Chabahar during the 14 months ending December 21, according to deputy head of Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran.
IRIR CEO: Rail transportation significantly reduces transit costs
Rail transportation helps significantly reduce transit costs for goods, said the managing director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (IRIR).
Qazvin-Rasht-Anzali railroad to transport 10m tons of goods upon completion
Once completed, Qazvin-Rasht-Anzali railroad — connecting central Iran to the north of the country — will have the capacity to transit 10 million tons of goods and transport four million passengers per annum.
Afghanistan plans to expand trade, transit ties with Iran
Afghanistan is planning to broaden trade and transit ties with Iran, said the governor general of the Afghan province of Herat in Mashhad on Tuesday.
Iranian minister: Ashgabat Agreement to reduce goods transit costs
With Ashgabat Agreement taking effect, the cost of goods transit between Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Iran and Oman will reduce, the Iranian minister of roads and urban development said Sunday.
Iran's transit revenues up by 20%
Iran's revenues via transit registered a 20-percent growth during the last fiscal year which ended on March 20.
Azerbaijani ambassador: Iran's transit route economical
Transit route via Iran is 40 percent cheaper as the route takes 60 percent less time than other routes, said Azerbaijan's ambassador to Iran.
Transit of goods by road via Iran witnesses significant growth
Over 8.507 million tons of goods were transited via road through Iran during March 21, 2017-February 21, 2018.

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