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Maritime Transport Announces Opening of New Line Connecting Los Angeles Ports

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Post by rocky on Thu 26 Sep 2019, 7:47 am

[size=36]Maritime Transport Announces Opening of New Line Connecting Los Angeles Ports[/size]

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The General Company for Maritime Transport, announced on Thursday, the opening of a new line through the national carrier, from the port of Zayed to the ports of Canada and to the ports of Los Angeles, the US, pointing out that the Iraqi tanker "Al-Hadba" carried 14 thousand tons of iron through that line She said the company had not been working for nearly 40 years.
"The trip was not previously recorded in the company, where the hunchback went to South-West Asia for the purpose of refueling and switching part of the crews, then entered the Indian Ocean and then the Pacific to Canada and then," the company director Mohiuddin Abdul Razzaq said in a radio statement. Los Angeles Ports. "
"That distance has been crossed by the national carrier over long distances, that is, the company has achieved success and the other success is when the company complies with the requirements of the International Maritime Organization in the most advanced countries," he said.
He explained that "Previously since 1975, ships entering the United States must carry special requirements, noting that the opening of the line is also a notice to the concerned authorities about the company's ability to transport materials and long distances and long."


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Post by rocky on Sat 28 Sep 2019, 2:28 am

The opening of a new sea line linking Iraq to the ports of Los Angeles

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Iraqi General Maritime Transport Company has announced the opening of a new line through the national carrier, from the port of Zayed to the ports of Canada and to the ports of Los Angeles.
She explained that the Iraqi tanker "Al-Hadba" carried 14 thousand tons of iron through that line, which said that the company has not been working for nearly 40 years.
In a press statement, the company's director Mohiuddin Abdul Razzaq said that the trip was not previously recorded at the company, where the hunchback went to southwest Asia for the purposes of refueling and the replacement of part of the crews then entered the Indian Ocean and then the Pacific to Canada and then the ports of Los Angeles.
He added that the distance traveled through the national carrier and long distances and many, that is, the company achieved success and the other success is when the company is in line with the requirements of the IMO in the most developed countries.
He pointed out that since 1975, ships entering the United States must carry special requirements, noting that the opening of the line is also a notice to the concerned parties about the company's ability to transport materials and long distances.


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