PMO reacts to arrest of cargo on Iranian vessel in Greek waters
The Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) as the duly authorized maritime administration of the Islamic Republic of Iran reacted against the actions of the Greek Government as to hindering the Iranian vessel from sailing and arresting her cargo, and urged the Greek Government to fulfill her international obligations.
Kazakhstan calls to expand maritime co-op with Iran
Kazakhstan delegation calls for increase in port cooperation with Iran during meeting with PMO’s of Ports affairs.
6 Major Ports in Denmark
Denmark has a highly developed economy with a strong maritime shipping sector supervised by the Danish Maritime Authority.
Sultan of Oman orders the implementation of the maritime cooperation agreement with Iran
The Sultan of Oman issued a decree approving the maritime cooperation agreement with Iran, which was signed in 2020.
Schedule Reliability Improved for Third Consecutive Month in 2022
Schedule reliability for containerships is continuing to improve in 2022 despite the persistence of backlogs in some ports and the effects of the COVID-19 related restrictions impacting Shanghai, the world’s largest container port.
Tehran-Havana stress strengthening ports, maritime cooperation
Islamic Republic of Iran and Republic of Cuba emphasized the need for enhancing cooperation in the fields of ports and maritime.
Shahid Bahonar – Sharjah passenger line resumes service
Director of Ports and Maritime Affairs of Shahid Bahonar and East of Hormozgan reported a 118% increase in passenger traffic since the beginning of this year 9Iranian Calendar) compared to the same period last year.
EU Must Prepare for a Deluge of Delayed Cargo From Shanghai
The Federation of European Private Port Companies and Terminals (FEPORT) is warning of a coming flood of cargo when the COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai finally ends.
Zero-Emission Bulker Concept Uses Sails, Fuel Cells, Solar Power
Japan’s Eco Marine Power has expanded on its earlier research presenting its first design concept for a zero-emission Handymax bulker building on the previous design for a low emission vessel.
Direct container shipping lines launched from Chabahar to India, UAE
Three direct container shipping lines have been launched from Iran’s southeastern Chabahar Port to Nhava Sheva and Kandla ports in India as well as Jebel Ali Port in United Arab Emirate
ECO member states representatives visit Amirabad Port
during the meeting of the Council of Permanent Representatives of the ECO member states for the International Tourism Event of this organization in Sari, ECO ambassadors and representatives visited the port of Amirabad capacities and capabilities.
India, Uzbekistan Bid to Leverage Chabahar Port for Regional Trade
India and Uzbekistan bid to leverage Chabahar port for regional trade and transit, according to sources, agreeing to exploit the full potential of the oceanic facilities.
Gothenburg Targets Becoming E-Methanol Hub with Ship-to-Ship Bunkering
The Port of Gothenburg, Sweden is taking steps to position itself as a leader for the emergence of renewable methanol as a marine fuel.
China Launches its First Autonomous Container Ship Service
Chinese officials are reporting that they have put the world’s first autonomous, electric container feeder ship into commercial service after a period of extensive trials.
facilities and tariff discounts for Bushehr-Kharg shipping lines
PMO’s Deputy of Maritime Affairs: Various plans have been put on the agenda to provide Bushehr freight and passenger terminal the necessary infrastructure at the international level.
47% increase in unloading and loading operations in Khorramshahr port
Unloading and loading operations in Khorramshahr port has increased by 47% in April.
Fifth of World’s Containerships are Stuck in Port Congestion
After signs of progress that the backlogs of containerships stacked up outside ports might be easing, it appears that the trend is reversing itself.
11% growth in loading and unloading of basic commodities
The amount of unloading and loading of oil and non-oil goods in Iranian ports by the end of April shows an increase of 5% compared to the same period last year.
Iran to launch its first cruise ship in port of Bushehr
A first cruise liner sailing under the Iranian flag is set to launch in the very near future with routes that cover major ports in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.
Singapore Offers Flag State Incentives for Ships Adopting Green Tech
Singapore has become the first of the major ship registries to announce significant financial incentives to encourage shipowners to accelerate decarbonization efforts that meet or exceed the emerging IMO standards.
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