PMO’s measures to accelerate the clearance of goods from ports

June 7, 2021 Maritime Safety News

The Director General of Port Affairs of the Ports and Maritime Organization reported on the most important measures of PMO in order to timely clear basic commodities from the country’s ports.


PMO News Portal – Ravanbakhsh Behzadian stated: The Ports and Maritime Organization has taken action by continuously attending the meetings of the Market Regulation Headquarters and presenting the needed reports in order to approve the items for clearance and transit of basic commodities from the ports in the shortest possible time.

He continued: Considering that the clearance of goods such as wheat, corn, barley, soybean and oil had problems with the issuance of licenses, which were resolved in the new meetings, the necessary licenses were received from the relevant agencies without administrative procedures.

“Reporting on the inventory of basic commodities on a daily basis to the relevant authorities and related organizations such as Customs, Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade, Central Bank, etc. is one of the most important measures on the agenda.” said Behzadian.

Correspondence and coordination and holding meetings with related organizations such as Customs, Veterinary Organization and National Standard Organization of Iran to expedite the procedure Work related to the clearance of basic commodities from ports is another important measure in this regard.




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