BANDAR PAHLAVI

Bandar Pahlavi port is one of the active ports among the Caspian Sea countries. It was called Pahlavi port before the revolution of 1357.
Bandar Pahlavi port is one of the important economic centers and one of the sports hubs of Iran.
And due to its location in the transit route of the North-South Corridor, it is of great importance.
This port has good conditions for attracting domestic and foreign investment because this port has been subject to the rules and regulations of commercial-industrial free zones.
Benefiting from the marine traffic system and the presence of multi-purpose warehouses, various terminals, using the most modern unloading and loading equipment has provided the possibility of providing a variety of services to customers.

 

The area of this port is about one million square meters and has a nominal capacity of 11 million tons.
Advantages and features of Anzali port:
  • The largest port on the shores of the Caspian Sea and equipped with modern unloading and loading facilities
  • Ranks third among the country’s ports after Imam Khomeini and Shahid Rajaei Port
  • Proximity to the ports of Astrakhan and Lagan in Russia, Krasnodsk in Turkmenistan, Aktau in Kazakhstan and Baku in Azerbaijan.
  • Connection with regional markets and access to the consumer market of over 300 million people in the newly independent countries of the former Soviet Union
  • Being on the route of the North-South International Corridor, which is three times shorter and cheaper than the current route.
  • The location of the port within the free zone, and providing special facilities and facilities for goods owners, traders and investors.
  • Proximity to the largest oil and gas reserves of the Caspian Sea
  • Enjoying tax exemption
  • Access to lead, zinc and iron mines and industrial centers
  • Enjoying the moderate weather conditions of Gilan province
  • Proximity to neighboring industrial provinces and consumer markets
  • Having an equipped marine passenger terminal
Anzali port has been one of the most active ports on the shores of the Caspian Sea and Iran throughout history.
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