Land Transport signed the largest contract in its history to transport cement from Su
Land Transport signed the largest contract in its history to transport cement from Sulaymaniyah to all provinces
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BAGHDAD / Economy News ...
General Company for Land Transport subsidiaries announced to the Ministry of Transport, has signed the largest contract in the history of the company to transport cement from Sulaymaniyah to all the provinces, while confirming that next week will see the distribution of annual profits for last year 2015 on the company's staff for "their efforts."
The general director of the company Abdul Amir al-Muhammadawi, The General Company for Land Transport completed all financial procedures and audit and obtained the ministerial approval for the distribution of annual profits for last year 2015, the company's employees next week as a result of the great efforts they have made during the past period. "
He Muhammadawi, that "the company will sign the biggest contract of carriage since it was established to transport cement from Sulaymaniyah to all governorates of Iraq," adding that "this contract, in turn, will provide opportunities for great work and for long periods of time positively reflect on the reality of the company and employees."
He Muhammadawi, that "the efforts and the efforts that have been made to follow up came the minister, Abdul-Hussein Abtan to expand the imports of the company's financial and research opportunities for additional work for the company after increasing its fleet specialized in the field of road transport and coping with economic openness."
The General Company for Land Transport of the Ministry of Transport announced on Thursday (21 January 2016), the Cabinet approval for its accession to international organizations and conventions, to facilitate their work and support the national economy.
The General Company for Land Transport of the Ministry of Transport announced on Thursday (14 January 2016), the earnings over the past year in 2015 dropped to about 30% compared to the year 2014, and attributed the cause to "security implications", and as pointed out it is working in partnership "real and effective "with the private sector for the development of transport without burdening the government, revealed near the announcement of the project five yards" typical "stay around the capital.
The government transport sector in Iraq of sector railway and road transport subjected to significant damage during the past two decades, because of the sanctions imposed on the country in 1990 and being heavily damaged in air attacks during the 1991 war and the war to topple Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003 and the subsequent looting and plundering large for this sector operations, which led to a stopover for quite some time.