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Pakistan-Iran freight train service back on track 24 Jun 2019

Pakistan-Iran freight train service back on track

The Pakistan-Iran freight train service has been restored after remaining suspended for four days due to the derailment of nine bogies in Pakistan’s Taftan area, Chagai district.

Astara customs office exports $63mn worth of non-oil products: Director general 08 Jun 2019

Astara customs office exports $63mn worth of non-oil products: Director general

The Director General of Astara Customs Office Rasoul Omidi said on Thursday that $63 million worth of non-oil commodities was exported from Astara Customs Office in the first two months of the current year (March 21 – May 21).

Aras FTZ to expand railway transport capacity 12 May 2019

Aras FTZ to expand railway transport capacity

Aras Free Trade and Industrial Zone, in northwestern Iran, has forged an agreement with an Iranian-European consortium to construct and commission a railroad to expand its railway transport capacity.

Iranian, Turkish transport mins. bolster transport ties at joint commission meeting in Tehran 29 Apr 2019

Iranian, Turkish transport mins. bolster transport ties at joint commission meeting in Tehran

The 8th meeting of the Joint Transport Commission between Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Turkey was held on Monday at the place of Iran’s Ministry of Road and Urban Development and with participation of Iran’s Road Minister Mohammad Eslami and the Turkish Transport Minister Mehmet Cahit Turan.

Pakistan keen on boosting railway coop. with Iran 10 Mar 2019

Pakistan keen on boosting railway coop. with Iran

Pakistan’s Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad says his country welcomes Iran’s readiness for reconstruction of Pakistan railways.

Joint logistics companies key to boost North-South Corridor’s capacity 04 Mar 2019
By: Morteza Rahmani

Joint logistics companies key to boost North-South Corridor’s capacity

Iran’s Roads and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami called on the member states of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) to establish joint logistics companies to increase the Corridor’s transportation capacity.

Indian, Afghan investors welcome investing in Chabahar port 27 Feb 2019

Indian, Afghan investors welcome investing in Chabahar port

 Deputies transport ministries of India, Afghanistan and Iranian Minister of roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami revealed the high welcome of Indian and Afghan investors for investing in Chabahar port. He made the remark on Tue. at the closing ceremony of International Confernece on the Development of Chabahar Port and said, “today, we are witnessing […]