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Iran’s 11th National Bitumen, Asphalt and Machinery Conference and Exhibition kicked off in Tehran on Tuesday at the presence of the country’s Transport Minister Mohammad Eslami, the event’s portal reported.
As reported, the exhibition and conference is organized by Iran’s Road, Housing and Development Research Center in collaboration with Iran Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization (IRMTO) and Construction and Development of Transportation Infrastructures Company (CDTIC) as well as Ministry of Transport and Urban Development’s Technical and Soil Mechanics Lab. Company.
The three-day event is aimed at promoting technical knowledge and exchanging valuable experiences between participants and professionals in bitumen and asphalt field.
Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami has said that the country will become independent in terms of manufacturing passenger and cargo wagons.
Following the series of inaugurations on the occasion of the Ten-Day Fajr celebrations which mark the victory of the Islamic Revolution, several new development projects were inaugurated in various provinces across Iran on Monday.
Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami inaugurated 105 railway projects worth 14.45 trillion rials (over $344 million) in various provinces through videoconference on Sunday.
Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami inaugurated 12 development projects worth 2 trillion rials (about $47.6 million) at Mehrabad International Airport on Sunday, in a ceremony held on the occasion of Imam Khomeini’s arrival in Tehran in 1979.
Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami said on Sunday his ministry is going to inaugurate 500 projects worth 100 trillion rials (about $2.38 billion) within the next three weeks, on the occasion of Ten-Day Down (this year from January 31 until February 10).
Head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (known as RAI) Saeed Rasouli said by completing rail infrastructures like Khaf-Herat railway, Iran would be able to access transit markets with over 35 million tons of annual capacity, IRIB reported.