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Iran, Switzerland Sign Mou On Shipping

February 29, 2016

Photo: Iran - Switzerland Chamber of Commerce

Photo: Iran - Switzerland Chamber of Commerce

 The Islamic Republic of Iran and Switzerland signed on Sunday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on expansion of shipping and sea transport cooperation, Irna reported.

 
Iran’s Ministry of Roads and Urban Development in a statement said an agreement had been signed with the MSC by means of which the global shipping giant will increase calls to Iran’s Bandar Abbas, Chabahar and Bandar Imam ports. 
 
The agreement – that has been signed with the Ports and Maritime Organization Iran - will also facilitate the shipment of Iranian goods from international ports to the country through MSC.   
 
The two sides exchanged views on expansion of cooperation on transport, construction of Express train, renovation of road transport, and carrying development plans on infrastructure and rebuilding the ports.
 
The MoU was signed between Iran Ports and Maritime Organization (IPMO) and Swiss MSC shipping lines as the second biggest shipbuilding company.
 
Officials of the Swiss shipping lines voiced readiness for joint venture investments in the Iranian shipping and marine industry.
 
The MoU gives green light to Swiss shipping companies to come to Iran for joint venture cooperation after implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
 
The media reported in January that the MSC had started calling at the country’s southern ports after a hiatus of six years.
 
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