As much as 2.5 trillion Iranian Rials have been invested in Pishgaman Dry Port since the project kicked off, said Mohammad Reza Rezaeinejad, the CEO of Pishgaman Cooperative Group.
According to a report by the Public Relations of Pishgaman Cooperative Group, Rezaeinejad made the comment during a visit by Mohammad Ja’far Kabiri, the Deputy Minister of Cooperative, Labor and Social Welfare.
The CEO said all the infrastructures have been provided for Pishgaman Dry Port on a 700-hectare piece of land for port operations. He added that the ultimate goal is to create a progressive supply chain for goods and services in the region.
Rezaeinejad pointed to advantages of Pishgaman Dry Port over other seaports and dry ports in the country, saying the Dry Port would turn into a logistics park in the region while merchants and businesses would benefit from its multi-modal transportation services.
According to Rezaeinejad, cooperative economy and winning people’s trust and participation would save the country’s economy.
The general manager of the dry port, for his part, described the most important needs currently felt in the port including customs, collaboration by railway company to allocate goods wagon, and preparations for establishment of logistics village in the dry port. He urged the deputy minister for his ministry’s supports to meet such needs.