Shipping declares near the activation of the Iraqi shipping line after a stopover for 31 years

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Shipping declares near the activation of the Iraqi shipping line after a stopover for 31 years

General Maritime Transport Company, which is headquartered in Basra province, announced Wednesday, all near the activation of the Iraqi shipping line format interoperability with the private sector after a stopover since 1985, and predicted that this would lead to the achievement of financial revenues.

The general director of the company Abdul Karim Knhl during a press conference held at the company's headquarters in the presence of a number of members of the House of Representatives and local officials that "the Board of Directors decided to activate the shipping Iraqi line (Iraqi Line) stalled since 1985," noting that "it means raising the slogan the company (brand) on cargo containers after it was all containers carried by ships coming into the ports of Iraq with slogans foreign companies. "

He Knhl that "the company will deal with companies freely from the private sector to activate the line, it will be dealt with interoperability format in accordance with Article 15 of the Companies Act No. 22 of 1997," adding that "companies wishing to contribute to the activation of the line has to provide containers to ship goods by the logo and the name of the General Company for Maritime transport. "

The Director General of the Ministry of Transport, the company that "the Iraqi vessels of the company sail for years to various countries around the world, but they are ferrying containers to other companies with shipping lines such as (Maersk) and (Kolff Tinner) because our company does not have an effective line of sea to launch" explaining that "the activation of the Iraqi line is an achievement moral because it enhances the position of Iraq in the field of maritime transport in the world, on the other hand, the line will achieve financial revenues."