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The Iraqi Ports Company announced, on Wednesday, that it achieved revenues of
more than 65 billion dinars during the month of October, while it disclosed projects to establish stations and a number of berths to enhance Iraq's oil and commercial exports and imports.
The company's general manager, Farhan Al-Fartousi, said in a statement received by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the total financial revenues achieved by the company during last October exceeded 65 billion dinars," noting that "the company intends to establish very large logistic stations that are under study, and they will be referred to companies International, which will add very large import and export capacities to the northern and southern Umm Qasr ports.”
Al-Fartousi added that “the northern port of Umm Qasr is specialized in commercial tankers, while the southern port includes two oil berths, in addition to the presence of a sugar berth belonging to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, which has been converted to oil as well in order to enhance the process of exports and imports of oil derivatives.”
He pointed out that "there is an expansion for the construction of 10 other new oil berths, 4 of which have been started, as the completion rate has reached 20%, and a contract has been made to establish two other berths, and the remaining 4 will be contracted to implement soon in order to enhance exports and imports."
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