Bandar Abbas

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Bandar Abbas
Land:
Iran
UN/Locode:
IRBND
Local time:
Schiffe im Hafen:
100
Erwartete Schiffe:
65
Liegeplätze:
2
Koordinaten:
N 27° 06' E 056° 03'

Schiffe im Hafen

Name
Type
Arrived
Frachtschiff
19.04. 22:55
Frachtschiff
19.04. 17:44
Frachtschiff
19.04. 17:15
Frachtschiff
19.04. 14:34
Frachtschiff
18.04. 21:11
Frachtschiff
18.04. 20:00
Frachtschiff
18.04. 15:50
Frachtschiff
18.04. 13:49
Tanker
18.04. 12:36
Frachtschiff
18.04. 12:31

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Tanker
20.04. 19:00
Frachtschiff
22.04. 18:00
Frachtschiff
23.04. 09:00
Frachtschiff
30.04. 01:00
Frachtschiff
03.05. 22:00
Unklassifiziert
08.06. 14:30
Tanker
25.07. 05:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Frachtschiff
19.04. 22:04
Frachtschiff
19.04. 15:06
Frachtschiff
19.04. 11:46
Tanker
19.04. 10:53
Frachtschiff
19.04. 05:30
Frachtschiff
19.04. 02:06
Tanker
18.04. 22:21
Tanker
18.04. 22:15
Unklassifiziert
18.04. 21:49
Frachtschiff
18.04. 20:40

Die neuesten Nachrichten

CMA CGM to resume CIMEX 9 service

Fri Dec 29 10:45:58 CET 2017 arnekiel

CMA CGM plans to resume CIMEX 9 service. By integrating this third service connecting Asia with Iran, CMA CGM is providing an enhanced coverage in the region, the line shipping company said in a media release. Through CIMEX 9, CMA CGM will be able to provide: A third direct service between Asia and Iran on top of our current CIMEX 6 and CIMEX 8 A comprehensive coverage of North East Asia with direct loading ex Taiwan, Central and South China to Iran Additional opportunities with access to CIS countries through Bandar Abbas Fast connections to Chabahar (East Iran) in transhipment via Bandar Abbas connecting our Indiagulf service CIMEX 9 features are the following: Rotation: Kaohsiung - Shanghai - Ningbo - Xiamen - Shenzhen (Da Chan Bay) - Bandar Abbas (T2) - Jebel Ali Service commencement: December 16th in Kaohsiung and December 19th in Shanghai WGQ with m/v BASHT voy. 039 GSW Transit times: Shanghai to Bandar Abbas in 19 days, Ningbo to Bandar Abbas in 17 days

Germans to expand Iran’s Shahid Rajaee Port (Bandar Abbas)

Thu Nov 03 20:07:26 CET 2016 arnekiel

Deputy roads minister has reported on the signing of a contract with a German firm for development of Shahid Rajaee Port with a 104-million-euro investment. “A tender had been invited for a project to expand Shaid Rajaee Port in the south of Iran,” said Iranian Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Mohammad Saeidnejad adding “a German company won the tender and a contract worth 104 million euros has been inked for the cooperation.” The Line of Credit (LC) has been opened and necessary equipment will be supplied in the coming month. “A total of 150 million euros have been allocated to finance the developmental project in the southern Iranian port,” stressed the official maintaining “moreover, a total of 85 million dollars of investment will be made in the port as Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) is purchasing the required accoutrements.” Saeidnejad further commented that development of Iranian ports, Chabahar and Shahid Rajaee in particular, is a top priority of PMO; “accordingly, construction of Phases 2 and 3 of Shahid Rajaee Port has been put on the agenda and call has been made for cooperation over Phase 3 as PMO will undertake the construction sections while joint domestic and foreign investors will supply equipment and implement the project.” Managing Director of Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) later recalled that a total of 40 thousand vessels pass through Strait of Hormuz capacities of which need to be exploited more properly. “Despite the 210 million tons of capacity in Iranian port, currently only 140 million tons have become operational,” underscored the official noting that more activities will be promoted in maritime and transit areas. Source: MNA

Maersk Line returns to Iran

Wed Oct 26 10:04:07 CEST 2016 arnekiel

The Danish giant has confirmed nine mainline services with weekly departures on all major trade lanes to and from Dubai’s Jebel Ali Port with a direct feeder to Bandar Abbas. For imports from Iran, there are three weekly services connecting the Middle East and Europe (ME1, ME2 and ME3), a Horn of Africa service and Maersk’s Masika Express service linking the Middle East and East Africa. Maersk’s Mesawa service also connects the Middle East to West Africa/South Africa as well as the Horn of Africa service linking the region to the Far East. Maersk Line also offers AE1, AE11 and AE15 services linking the Middle East and the Far East for exports to Iran. Iran is the latest addition to Maersk Line’s UAE cluster which already comprises UAE, Oman and Qatar. Christian Juul-Nyholm, md of the UAE cluster, is delighted to reinstate a relationship with Iran dating back 60 years.

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