Amoot Iranian Trading Company’s group of experts in different geographical locations are ready to provide best services to its customers including sea freight, air freight, road freight, ISO tank, flexi-tank, bulk cargo, retails transportation, bulk, packaging, Door to Door, Ex-work, and etc.
- In Amoot Iranian Co. it is our initial promise to provide the most reasonable and competitive price for the transportation process’s cost and charges. We are capable of providing services with the best transit time from/to the following locations:
- Persian Gulf ports ( Dubai, Sohar, Shuwaikh of Kuwait, Khalifa Bin Salman Port of Bahrain, Ume Qasr, Karachi, …)
- All ports of China (Tianjin, Shanghai, Dalian, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Ningbo, Qingdao, Fushun, Gwangju, Chung Ching, Nanjing, …)
- Ports of Singapore, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
- Ports of India (NhavaSheva, Mundra, Candela, Hazira, Vizag, Calcutta, Chennai, Cochin, …)
- Ports of European Countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungry, Italy, Litany, Portugal, The Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, England, …)
- Ports of African Countries (Kenia, Libya, Dakar, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal, Djibouti, Durban, …)
- Ports of North America (Canada, Costa Rica, Dominica, Mexico, USA, …)
- Ports of Australian Countries (Australia, New Zealand)
- Ports of CIS countries (Armenia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Russia, …)
Amoot Iranian Sea Freight Services
In Amoot Iranian Company we shall also offer cargo transportation via sea freights to the following destinations:
- Sea freight to Bangladesh
- Sea freight to China
- Sea freight to Hong Kong
- Sea freight to India
- Sea freight to Indonesia
- Sea freight to Japan
- Sea freight to Malaysia
- Sea freight to Maldives
- Sea freight to Myanmar
- Sea freight to Pakistan
- Sea freight to Singapore
- Sea freight to South Korea
- Sea freight to Sri Lanka
- Sea freight to Taiwan
- Sea freight to Thailand
- Sea freight to Vietnam
- Sea freight to Yemen
- Sea freight to Qatar
- Sea freight to Saudi Arabia
- Sea freight to Syria
- Sea freight to United Arab Emirates
- Sea freight to Jordan
- Sea freight to Lebanon
- Sea freight to Oman
- Sea freight to Afghanistan
- Sea freight to Bahrain
- Sea freight to Iraq
Amoot Iranian Company having expert agents all over the globe has made it convenient to deliver cargo at warehouse or factory and perform all the customs formalities for its customers. Our services include sea freight, air freight, road freight, ISO tank, flexi-tank, bulk cargo, retails transportation, bulk, packaging, Door to Door, Ex-work, and etc.
Port of Nhava Sheva
This terminal is run by JNPT. Its wharf has a total length of 680 meters with 3 wharves. In 2006, Gateway Terminals India Pvt Ltd (GTI), the third container terminal was established with a capacity of 1.3 million TEU.
Javaher Lal Nahro port was India’s first port to implement labelling containers with its information. It has prioritized labelling containers to help importers and exporters track their commodities in shipping process.
The international container terminal of Nhava Sheva NSICT is rented to a consortium headed by P&O.
In June 2000, this wharf was ordered to be constructed in 2,000 ft. and 2 platforms. Nhava Sheva wharf is capable of loading up to 15.6 million MT of cargo and NSICT is the first private container terminal in India.
A new container terminal called NSIGT with a 330 m long wharf and capacity of 12.5 million MT was made operational in June 2016. The construction of another new 2000 m container terminal has been started which will be run by PSA and would have a capacity of 4.8 million TEU. Its first phase with approximate length of 1 km was approached in December 2017.
Cargo shipping from Nhava Sheva to Bandar Abbas
Amoot Iranian Company is capable of providing the following services to its customers, having experts in India:
- Delivering cargo Ex-warehouse or factory from any location in India
- Road shipping of the cargo to the nearest port, performing customs formalities and transporting to Iran
- Delivering cargo and sending it to the international airport for airway lading to Iran
- Handling customs formalities in Nhava Sheva Port
- Handling customs formalities for airway lading
- Sea transport of cargo from Nhava Sheva to Iran ports or any other ports over the globe
Cargo Shipping from Iran to India
Amoot Iranian Company with customs experts and offices in all Iranian ports is capable of providing below services to its customers:
- Forwarding 20’ containers to Nhava Sheva
- Forwarding 40’ containers to Nhava Sheva
- Airway lading to Nhava Sheva
- Dangerous cargo loading to Nhava Sheva
- Iso Tank loading to Nhava Sheva
- Flexi Tank loading to Nhava Sheva
- Fridge container loading to Nhava Sheva
Liquid Bulk Terminals
- Liquid bulk terminal designed by M/S Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and IOC Limited according to BOT to be capable of handling all stages of liquid bulks.
- The depot jetty 300 m long and 40.5 m high, capable of both sides anchorage
- 5 million MT annual capacity
- Capable of a 120,000 MT vessel anchorage and 45,000 MT discharge
- Flooding depth of 16.5 m in the outer anchorage and 12.5 m in the inner one
Sea Freight Transit Time from Bandar Abbas to Nhava Sheva
There are weekly services for Nhava Sheva port and the sea transit time from Bandar Abbas to Nhava Sheva is 3 days, which is considered since the vessel departure from Bandar Abbas till its anchorage in Nhava Sheva.
South Korea Ports
Port of Bussan
Bussan is the largest port in South Korea, located in the city of Bussan. It was initially established in 1876 as a small port for trading between Korea, China and Japan.
The city is located in South East of Korea and is well known for long beaches, mineral hot waters, natural beautiful environment and its international film festival which attractes many tourists every season of year.
In 2007 the Bussan Port handled cargo containing fertilizers, meat, scrap metal, petroleum and other gases, crude petroleum, coal, leather, fats and oils, iron ore, rough wood, natural sand, milling industry products, and sugar. In 2016, South Korea exported a total of $515B and imported $398B.
Top exports of South Korea are integrated circuits, cars, refined petroleum, passenger and cargo ships, and vehicle parts. South Korea exports the most to China, the United States, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and Japan. Imports to South Korea mainly come from China, Japan, the United States, Germany, and other Asian countries. In 2017 Bussan processed more than 20 million TEUS, 20’ equivalents.
Having 29.2 km of breakwater facilities, the port is capable of providing services to 146 vessels at the same time. This may be counted as 292 million MT of cargo annually.
In 3rd and 4th centuries this area was known as Geochilsangun which meant rough mountains that originates from the mountains surrounding the city. In the year 757 the city’s name changed to Dongnae and later on, in the beginning of 15th century, the government of Korea, started desiging Bussan to develop business with Japan. This continued by conquering Korea by Japanese with Japan’s growing empowerment.
Electricity was imported to Bussan by Japanese in 1924 and construction of electrical Tram line was a turning point in the city’s history.
During the war between the two Koreas, Bussan was one of the two cities which was not captured by North Korean army. This caused immigrants enter the city in large numbers. In 1963, Bussan was separated from Gyeongsang as a self-governing area (municipality) and in 1995 it was introduced as a metropolis.
Port of Shanghai
In Chinese, Shanghai means above the sea. The city is located on the left side of Huangpu River south of Yangtze, not so distant from Atlantic Ocean. This city is the biggest commercial city in Fareast and world’s third biggest financial center after New York and London.
Shanghai is divided in to two parts by the river. The eastern part is the newly constructed with modern architecture. One of the interesting points regarding Shanghai is its Shanghai Expo 2010 zone, constructed in 2010 for the international expositions.
Shanghai has been described as the “showpiece” of the booming economy of mainland China; renowned for its Lujiazui skyline, and museums and historic buildings, such as those along The Bund, as well as the City God Temple and the Yu Garden.
In the last two decades Shanghai has been one of the fastest developing cities in the world. Since 1992 Shanghai has recorded double-digit growth almost every year except during the global recession of 2008 and 2009. In 2011, Shanghai’s total GDP grew to 1.92 trillion RMB (US$297 billion) with GDP per capita of 82,560 RMB (US $12,784). The three largest service industries are financial services, retail, and real estate. The manufacturing and agricultural sectors accounted for 39.9 percent and 0.7 percent of the total output respectively. Average annual disposable income of Shanghai residents, based on the first three quarters of 2009, was 21,871 RMB.
Located at the heart of the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai has the world’s busiest container port, which handled 29.05 million TEUs in 2010. Shanghai aims to be an international shipping center in the near future. Amoot Iranian Company is capable of booking containers and conducting the cargo transportation process via sea from/to Iran ports especially Bandar Abbas to/from Shanghai.
Due to the city’s strategic and politic importance, Islamic Republic of Iran has got a consulate in Shanghai, in addition to the embassy located in Beijing.
Port of Qingdao
Qingdao is one of the cities of the People’s Republic of China. In 2008 its population was estimated 1,691,101 and considering the people living in its suburbs it will be over seven million and three hundred thousand.
Qingdao is located in Shandong province east of China. Administered at the sub-provincial level, Qingdao has jurisdiction over six districts and four county-level cities. As of 2014, Qingdao had a population of 9,046,200 with an urban population of 6,188,100. Lying across the Shandong Peninsula and looking out to the Yellow Sea, it borders Yantai to the northeast, Weifang to the west and Rizhao to the southwest.
Qingdao is a major seaport, naval base, and industrial centre. The world’s longest sea bridge, the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, links the main urban area of Qingdao with Hangdog district, straddling the Jiaozhou Bay sea areas. It is also the site of the Tsingtao Brewery, the second largest brewery in China.
Qingdao is located on the south facing coast of the Shandong Peninsula. It borders three prefecture-level cities, namely Yantai to the northeast, Weifang to the west, and Rizhao to the southwest. The city’s total jurisdiction area occupies 10,654 square kilometres 4,114 sq mi. The populated sections of the city are relatively flat while mountains spur up within city limits and nearby.
The city has a 730.64 km coastline. Five significant rivers that flow for more than 50 km can be found in the region. Qingdao hosts one of the world’s busiest seaports. Cooperative relations have been established with 450 ports in 130 countries worldwide. In 2003, the annual cargo handling capacity exceeded 100 million tons for the first time. The number of containers reached 3.41 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) of cargoes. By 2011, the port had become the world’s sixth-busiest by Total Cargo Volume, having handled 372 million MT of cargo in that year. Qingdao has handled 15.52 million TEU cargo last year where in comparison to the last official statistics from this port in 2013, 13.02 TEU and in 2014, 14.5 TEU the trend has been increasing. As of 2016, it was the 8th in the world in terms of TEUs.
Qingdao started its operation in 1982. The port is an important international business and transportation center in west of Atlantic Ocean and is one of the greatest general ports of the world.
Dagang Port Area
In Dec 31st 2015 the Dagang branch including 4 terminals and 18 ports was established in Dagang port zone, mainly to transport grains, steel, aluminum oxide, fertilizers, coal and other general commodities.
Qianwan Port Area
In Dec 31st 2015 the Qianwan branch including 10 terminals and 36 ports was established with mutual cooperation of QQCT and west united, mainly to transport dishes, metal ores, coal, paste and other general commodities.
Huangdao Oil Port Area
In Dec 31st 2015, through a mutual investment with Qingdao Tshigua, 5 terminals and 11 ports for bulk liquid cargos were established.
Dongjiakou Port Area
There will be 112 berths and the harbor capacity will be 0.37 billion tons when it is completed. Recently, Qingdao is trying to get state approval to set up free trade port zones in Dongjiakou Port.
In 2007, the total harbor capacity has increased from 0.14 billion in 2007 to 0.164 billion which is the highest growth since Qingdao implements the strategy of “moving ports to the west”. With many big projects being constructed, Qingdao has improved the capacity of its ports. Qianwan Port has become the backbone of the operating ports in Qingdao City as the strategy of “moving ports to the west” is implemented. Furthermore, Dongjiakou Port, located in Huangdao District becomes the port with greatest potential.
Port of Karachi
Karachi is a city in south of Sindh province and the port is located between the Karachi towns of Kiamari and Saddar, close to the main business district and several industrial areas. The geographic position of the port places it in close proximity to major shipping routes such as the Strait of Hormuz. The administration of the port is carried out by the Karachi Port Trust, which was established in the nineteenth century. According to the published statistics from United Nations Karachi’s population in 2016 was 27,506,000 which places the city as Pakistan’s first and world’s 13th most populated city.
The city of Karachi is 3,527 sq. m including a great area of delta and its surroundings. It has created a scattered urbanism with hills at its north and west. There are two permanent rivers flowing from the beginning to the end of the city. One is Malir River which flows from east to south of the city and the other is Lyari River flowing north to south and west of the city. There is an island called Manora in Karachi suburbs having edible seashells with numerous stones. This city’s entitled Qaeda City after Mohammad Ali Janah, Pakistan’s founder. Karachi is the business and finance center of Pakistan and its largest port.
11 km long wharf, 300,000 TEU annual capacity of Port of Karachi
The east wharf anchorage capacity: capable of serving 17 vessels simultaneously
Liquid bulk cargo terminal: 3 wharves for liquid bulk cargo loading.
Port of Bangkok
In 2008 Thailand’s import was USD 174.9 billion including shoes and textile, fisheries, rice, tires, jewelry, automobile, electrical appliances and computers. The country’s import is USD 159.1 billion including machineries, major industrial commodities, chemicals, raw materials and intermediaries, consuming goods and fuel. The country is ranked at world’s 25th country in import and export. Where at the same time Iran was placed at world’s 38th in export and 43rd in import.
In 2007, Thailand was the world’s 24th power producer of the world with a production of 121 billion Kw.h, the index in which Iran was placed in world’s 19th. Approximately 92% of this capacity was generated in the thermal power plants. The country imports a number of app. 3 billion Kw.h of its electricity from the hydroelectric power plants of its neighboring country, Laos.
Thailand is one of the major importers of oil and natural gas; however the government is trying to replace the plant originated alcohol with oil and natural gas. The country imports its natural gas via pipeline from Myanmar.
Thailand has the membership of World Trade Organization (WTO), Cairns Group and AFTA Trade Area (ASEAN Free). The country has also bound free commercial agreement with India and China (2003) and Australia, Japan and America (2005).
The office holidays in Thailand is announced every year according to the lunar calendar which changes annually.
Port of Latakia
Located in the city of Latakia on the Mediterranean Sea, this sea port was established on the 12th of February 1950 and ever since has served as Syria’s main port. It is a state-owned port with 14.5 m depth.
The major cargo which is imported through this port include: construction, clothing, materials, vehicles, furniture, minerals, tobacco, cotton, food including onion, wheat, oatmeal, dates, grains and figs. In 2008, an approximate number of 8 million MT has been transported. Latakia has an oil terminal of 16 m long, a berth of 15 m and a cargo berth of 40 m.
Katakia is moreover a link for six cruises between Alexandria, İzmir and Beirut. In addition, there are irregular ferry services to Cyprus. In 2005, approximately 27,939 passengers used the port.
Port of Chittagong
Chittagong port is the most significant and crowded port of Bangladesh located in the Indian Ocean, at Port Internal Rd, Chittagong, Bangladesh (Lying about 12 miles inland from the mouth of Karnaphuli River).
Port of Chittagong was called Shetgang on 4th century BC and welcomed ships from Middle East and China. It is has been reported the Port of Chittagong was one of the most significant ports in East as it was as the joining point for multiple ancient civilizations including European, Turk, and Chinese.
Businessmen from Oman and Yemen called on the port by the 9th Century AD. Muslim traders used to consider the Port of Chittagong as their base port. Calling it Samunda, they managed the port for many years and made it a globally well-known trading center. It was called Porte Grande by the Portuguese in the 16th century. In 17th and 18th Centuries, Chittagong port was improved as a natural harbor and outlet for northeast British-India. In 1888, the official Port of Chittagong was introduced and its roads and railways construction was begun.
In 1947 India was partitioned and the Port of Chittagong became the only port welcoming eastern Pakistan so it faced large commercial traffic and many new jetties and berths were constructed in order for it to support the customers. This fast improvement continued as a result the need for a reorganization of port management was met. Accordingly the Chittagong Port Trust was formed in 1960. However, the newly organized trust did not meet the demands for the commercial improvement. Requirements to modernize and expand the Port of Chittagong led to establishing the Chittagong Port Authority.
In fact the Bangladesh government has long been neglecting the city of Chittagong. By the 21st century as trade reached a historic climax of $8 billion, investors’ attention was drawn in to the strategic commercial location of the city. Currently, the Port of Chittagong handles almost all of Bangladesh’s export and import.
The Port of Chittagong is a significant communication and commercial center for the Bangladesh as it lies about 12 miles inland from the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. It welcomes numerous manufacturers extending for miles up the river.
The Port of Chittagong is Bangladesh’s main seaport and a critical part of the national economy as it handles over 90% of the country’s commerce. The Chittagong Port Authority provides various services and facilities to assure customers competitive prices and efficient, effective support.
Chittagong port has 20 berths serving ocean vessels, including 12 for general cargo and eight for containers. Seven specialized berths are dedicated to bulk cargoes that include petroleum and petroleum products, grain, cement clinker, and ammonia.
The Port of Chittagong also embeds ten single-point river mooring berths and two dry dock jetties for vessel repairs. There are also berths for inland coasters and domestic vessels that handle petroleum products, grain, and cement, among other cargoes.
The Port of Chittagong Container Terminal (CCT) has the capacity for 6408 TEUs of container cargo. To meet increased volume of container cargoes, the new Mooring Container Terminal in the Port of Chittagong was established by the Chittagong Port Authority adjacent to the CCT.
The rapid commercial improvements in the Port of Chittagong continue as there is a great boom in this city. Every day many new buildings including hotels, restaurants, and shopping centers are established to fulfill all the demands. Also various facilities will be added to this port in near future.
Amoot Iranian Company’s provided services for Port of Chittagong
Amoot Iranian Company is ready to meet all customers’ requirements and preferences in the field of transportation services to Bangladesh. We are capable of providing various services for Port of Chittagong in the best and most reasonable price and time including:
From Iran to Chittagong Port:
- Transportation 20’ container to Chittagong Port
- Transportation 40’ container to Chittagong Port
- Transportation dangerous cargo to Chittagong Port
- Transportation Iso tank to Chittagong Port
- Transportation flex tank to Chittagong Port
- Transportation Ref containers to Chittagong Port
From Chittagong Port to Iran:
- Delivering the cargo from your company or warehouse in any city of the Bangladesh
- Conducting customs formalities at Chittagong Port
- Transportation of cargo from Chittagong Port to Bandar Abbas port of Iran
Port of Mongla
Port of Mongla is Bangladesh’s second busiest seaport located in Bagerhat Distrcit in Southwest of the country. It lies 62 km north of Bengal coastline bay. Monla is a major port in Bengal Delta, located 48 km from the city of Khulna, a regional industrial center of the country. By the increasing congestion in Port of Chittagong, many international shipping companies have chosen Mongla as their alternative.
The port of Mongla is a gateway for tourist ships travelling to two UNESCO sites of World Heritage called Sundarbans and the Mosque City of Bagerhat. Mongla Export Processing Zone (Mogla EPZ) is also hosted by this port. Port of Mongla was founded in 1950 so as to serve the southwestern region of East Bengal, originally called Chalna Port.
The original name of the port, Chalna Port originates from Chalna, a former location about 11 km upstream on the Pasur River. However, currently it is located 48 km south of Khunla city since its establishment on Dec 11th 1954. The port is situated at the confluence of the Pasur River and the Mongla River. It lies about 62 miles (100 km) north of the Bay of Bengal.
The port has 11 jetties and 8 warehouses. It is equipped with 12 swinging moorings in deeper sections in the river and connected by the Bangladesh Railway to the Khunla Metropolitan Area. The port is open for 24 hours and up to 225 long ships can enter into the port for discharging cargo. A constraint free large channel is available for anchorage and loading/unloading facilities on both sides for 33 ships at a time.
In 2015-16, 636 ships used Mongla port. Mongla is connected to most major ports in the world, particularly Asian ports. Hundreds of ships use the port each year, most of which come via Singapore, Hong Kong and Colombo. Mongla is also connected to most inland ports in Bangladesh, including the Port of Dhaka and the Port of Narayanganj. To follow a coastal shipping agreement with India, Mongla has a direct shipping route with the Port of Kolkata in the neighboring Indian state of West Bengal. A coastal shipping agreement has also been signed with Thailand.
Port of Istanbul
Port of Istanbul is actually a passenger terminal for cruisers, situated at Karakoy neighborhood of Istanbul.
The Port of Istanbul consists of three passenger halls, two of them covering an area of 4,000 m2 each and another with an area of 800 m2. The three halls handle an approximate number of 10,000 tourists per hour, maintaining all the border control functions. There exists an open-air parking lot of 5,000 m2 for 200 excursion coaches.
Port of Mersin
Mersin is a major port situated at Mersin city in southern Turkey on the north-eastern coast of Mediterranean Sea. After Ambarli, Mersin is the second largest port of Turkey near Istanbul. The port is owned by Turkish State Railways and its operating rights was transferred to PAS-Akfen consortium for a period of 36 years since May 11, 2007.
Heavy freight train traffic is brought to Mersing through Adana-Mersin Main Line rail connection. The railway infrastructure of the Port of Mersin is one of the best in Turkey with Derince. There are 4 railway ramps. Containers can be handled without any need of shunting. Five of the port’s berths have railway connection, where loading/unloading to/from vessels may be conducted directly. The port has bulk cargo, container, Ro-Ro and oil terminals.