Anzali Port Attracts Investments

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 10, 2019

Pic: Ports & Maritime Organization Iran

Pic: Ports & Maritime Organization Iran

Iran's Port of Anzali announced the start of operation and Exploitation of three investment projects in its port complex.

According to HamidReza Abaei, the Director General of Ports and Maritime Affairs of Gilan province, Iran, began operations last week with the President's visit with the presence Mohammad Eslami, the Minister of Roads and Urban Development, and Mohammad Rastad, the managing director of the Ports and Maritime Organization.

Abaei stated that the creation of new infrastructure and facilities for attracting trades in Anzali port is on the agenda of the Directorate General of Ports and Maritime Affairs of Gilan province.

Also increasing the infrastructure of Anzali complex by constructing and operating three new quays (quays No. 11 to 13) with a credit of 650 billion Rls. is one of these three investment projects.

An increase in the infrastructure of grain storage in the Anzali port complex with the construction and exploitation of 4,500 tons of grain silos, with a minimum investment of 173 billion Rls. by the private sector and in the form of a BOT contract, is another project that will be operationalized this week.

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