“MAG Container Lines (L.L.C)” is a member of ”MAG Group” which is a leading business group established 36 years ago in UAE. MCL has established in 2005 with a clear target to be recognized in the market and to cope with customers’ needs.
 
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Muscat: An Iranian oil tanker has been rescued from pirates by the Iranian Navy 120 miles off the coast of Al-Mukalla, Yemen. The tanker was rescued by a Jamaran destroyer and its escorting Bushehr destroyer, which comprises the 32nd fleet of the Iranian Army’s Naval Force, Mehr News reports. This is the fourth Iranian oil […]
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Dubai: The Iranian port of Imam Khomeini in southwest of the country is set for a boost in infrastructure. Private firm Pars Jam Nikan has signed a contract to build reserve tanks in a 40,000 sq m space of the port. The port has a current capacity to handle 50m tons of goods, primarily oil-related. […]
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Tehran: Increased capacity for handling larger ships at Chabahar Port will soon lead to the re-activation of a regular direct shipping line between Chabahar and major world ports, the Iranian president’s adviser on free zones affairs has said. The upgrade of shipping service will soon allow ships of over 1,500 teu to sail. The region’s […]
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Dubai: Iran’s maritime renaissance continues with news authorities are looking to bolster port throughputs throughout the nation. As it stands the nation’s ports can handle a combined 185m tons a year. Under plans revealed this week the aim is to increase the nation’s ports’ combined annual throughput to 210m tons. This year Iran’s ports are […]
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Muscat: Iran and Oman are planning to establish a shipping line to facilitate maritime trade between the two countries, said Ali Akbar Sibeveih, Iranian ambassador to the Sultanate. An agreement is expected to be signed in three months, Sibeveih told Times of Oman. The shipping line will operate between four Omani ports — Sohar, Sultan […]
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