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Trebil attests to the entry of 180 Jordanian trucks per day

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Trebil attests to the entry of 180 Jordanian trucks per day

Post by rocky on Mon 08 Oct 2018, 6:37 am

Trebil attests to the entry of 180 Jordanian trucks per day


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Jordanian truck captain Mohammed al-Daoud said on Monday that the number of Jordanian trucks entering the commercial arena is improving from one period to another, at a maximum of about 5,000 trucks a month, at a rate of 180 trucks per day.
"The formation of a new government in Iraq is expected to contribute to the improvement of the situation and push for an improvement in the entry of Jordanian trucks into Iraqi territory and vice versa," al-Daoud said in a statement to Jordan's Al-Ghad newspaper.
He added that "although the numbers of these trucks entering the arena of exchange, but still much lower than before the closure of the border in 2015," noting that "it was up to 700 trucks a day."
Al-Daoud explained that "the truck sector has suffered several setbacks over the past years, but there is a state of optimism returned to the sector, while waiting for the return of the opening of the crossing of Naseeb, and improve the exchange through the Trebil crossing."
It is noteworthy that Al-Karama Trabil crossing between Jordan and Iraq, is the only crossing that links the flow of commercial goods between the two countries.

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