54% growth in non-oil exports through Anzali port

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54 growth in non oil exports through Anzali portƒD¸»

54% growth in non-oil exports, 67% in unloading and loading and 55% in the number of incoming ships were recorded compared to the same period last year.

Regarding investment opportunities in Gilan ports, Hamideza Abaee, the General Manager of Ports and Maritime of Gilan stated that the importance of the sea and its impact on the economy undeniable today, and currently the upward trend in trade between the Caspian littoral states is more tangible.

He continued: Anzali Port as the oldest and most significant port on the southern coast of the Caspian Sea has always been an important port for traders, merchants and shipping lines in northern Iran and Caspian littoral states.

“We have seen significant growth in the field of unloading and loading operations, as well as export of goods compared to the same period last year,” Abaee emphasized. “also 54% growth in non-oil exports, 67% in unloading and loading and 55% in the number of incoming ships were recorded compared to the same period last year.”

Referring to the investment opportunities of Anzali Port Complex and its development programs, Abaee acknowledged that Gilan ports have the capacity to welcome all ships carrying Caspian Sea goods and can play a big role in meeting the needs of the market.