Roads & Terminals  

Trucks Transit Over 9m Tons of Goods

Iranian trucks transited 9.08 million tons of commodities through the country during the last Iranian year (March 2018-19) to register a 2.18% decline compared with the previous year, according to latest data released by the Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization of Iran, affiliated with the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development.

More than 433,000 trips were made by trucks to transport the transit goods over the period, registering a 4% decline year-on-year.

The report also shows more than 7.62 million tons of goods were exported from Iran by trucks, registering a 14.46% rise YOY. About 335,000 trips were made to carry out the exports, indicating a 13.56% increase YOY. 

Nearly 1.76 million tons of goods were imported into Iran via trucks showing a 16.88% decrease YOY. The number of trips made to transport the imported goods dropped 22.6% to around 89,000.

News No: 6839
Date: 2019/10/21 - 19:32
News Source: Financial Tribune

Trucks Transit  Transportation  Road  export 


Leave a Comment:


Bolivia halts urea plant on additive deficit: Update

Bolivia suspended production at its 700,000 t/yr urea and ammonia plant because of a lack of the imported additive formaldehyde, deputy minster for hydrocarbons production and industrialization Antonio Pino told Argus.

Official: Iran to Export 10mln Tons of Steel by Yearend

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's exports of steel will reach 10mln tons by the end of the current Iranian year (to end on March 19), an official said.

Iran’s Steel Exports Increase despite Sanctions

Iran’s exports of various steel products increased by nearly a quarter in the eight-month period ending in late November 2019, according to a report.

Gas Price Rise Makes Road Transport More Attractive

The number of passengers using road-based public transport services has increased to 100 million in the nine Iranian months ending Dec. 21 from 92 million during last year’s corresponding period, says an official with Iran Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization.

Teck doubles coking coal capacity from Ridley Terminals

Canadian coking coal producer Teck Resources has signed an expanded commercial agreement with port operator Ridley Terminals to double coking coal throughput capacity from the Prince Rupert, British Columbia export terminal.

Port Hedland’s lithium exports fall in December

Lithium concentrate exports from the West Australian (WA) port of Port Hedland decreased to 27,608t in December from 28,494t in November.
Upcoming Events
 Mines & Metals

Mine & Business Today

 Scrap & Recycling


Our partners