According to ICA, the country’s non-oil export has experienced a %5.4 growth compared to the same period in last year.
Gas condensates, natural gas, liquid propane, methanol, and light oils were among exported products.
Most of the products have been exported to Iraq, China, UAE, Afghanistan, and Turkey.
Iran’s non-oil export has been registering rising numbers in the current Iranian year.
In a related front, Director of Bandar Lengeh Ports and Maritime Directorate Ghasem Askarinasab said earlier this month that the volume of non-oil goods exported from the ports of Hormozgan province of Iran has increased by 24% in the past 8 months, adding that the ports have also accomplished more successes in other areas.
Director of Bandar Lengeh Ports and Maritime Directorate Ghasem Askarinasab put the nonoil exports growth in ports of Hormozgan province in the first eight months of the current Iranian year (started on March 21) at 24 percent.
Moreover, safe transportation of maritime passengers and loading-unloading volume of containers in the provincial ports registered considerable 20 and 28 percent hike respectively, he maintained.
Askarinasab expounded a comprehensive report on the eight-month performance of west ports of Hormozgan province in the current year (started March 21, 2018) and stated, “in this period, total 5,834,650 tons of oil and nonoil goods were loaded and unloaded in west ports of this province, 1,278,790 and 4,555,860 tons of which have been allocated to the nonoil and oil products respectively.”
In this regard, total transit volume of nonoil products (mainly vehicle) in west ports of Hormozgan province hit 186,219 tons, showing a considerable 73 percent growth as compared to the same period of last year.