Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine and Poland have planned the transportation of 200,000 tons of cargo by the end of 2017 via a newly-proposed transit corridor that stretches from India to the Black Sea and Europe.

According to the official, the path is an “economically viable” route for transportation of 72 million tons of goods shipped from India to Europe and the 25 billion tons in the opposite direction every year.




Due to the Iran new year holiday, generally operation is slowed down in BND a couple of days before holidays and there is traffic limitation so all shipment might face with some delay.




Iran says it has signed contracts with South Korea’s shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries Company to build at least eight Ultra Large Container Vessels (ULCVs) as well as medium-range tankers for carrying petroleum products.




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