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July 22, 2024

IRISL to set up representative offices in India to strengthen activity

In keeping with the expansion of its shipping activities,

The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) will open representative offices across India as part of the North-South Corridor.

As a result, IRISL will convey the export goods from this nation’s east that are being shipped by train to ports in India’s west.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is shipping from the western ports of India to the southern ports of Iran, the report said, taking into account that the Indian government and businesspeople are very interested in expanding their business activities with Russia, the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), and Iran through the North-South Corridor.

Regular container shipping lines have been launched by the group.

Executive and marketing actions have been done in the interim to advance and strengthen collaboration with the Indian sides.

In the meantime, executive and marketing measures have been taken to strengthen and develop cooperation with the Indian sides to transport the country’s export and import goods to Russia and the CIS markets.

Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group has taken effective steps in recent months to strengthen its shipping activity in the North-South corridor by managing the Russian port of Solyanka on the shores of the Caspian Sea as well as making huge investment in developing this port.

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