Iran’s Shipping Line Came Out Of The Box
An expert expert on the field of ports said:
The Marine Transportation Experts Group, referring to the importance of this type of transportation for the globalization of Iran’s trade, said: One way to prevent the return of maritime sanctions is to cooperate with landlocked countries.
According to reports from the news agencies, Malik Reza Malekpur, a former port director and port specialist, said the country’s shipping line, which was completely restricted to the ports of the world, came out of the square and returned to normal operations.
He added that international shipping lines, which had suspended the transit of Iranian ports with heavy sanctions, once again took the route to these ports, and the conditions for cross-border traffic between Iranian and foreign commercial vessels became virtually normal.
The former port officer and expert in the field of seaports said: Of course, with all these interpretations, the presence of the private sector was not noticeable. Whether trade and transportation are privatized in most parts of the world is privatized, where governments have only supportive and supportive role. But the fact is that we are not yet close to the potential of the country and are still lagging behind. The reason for this is also management, basically logistics management in the country is very weak.
Malekpour said: “For example, in the rail sector, it’s interesting that according to the World Economic Forum, Iran is ranked first in terms of rail infrastructure in the Middle East, but the same infrastructure in the field of management, operation and transit in the economy of the country below 10% of the role has it. Ports and shipping, however, are well served by the rail industry, which will increase efficiency. So despite the efforts and good achievements that we have achieved in the four decade of the eleventh government, we still have serious weaknesses in the transportation management sector.
The director of the port and port specialist, emphasized: In fact, managers who do not have macroeconomics and logistical vision do not, in spite of the expert opinion, in the sense of having theoretical knowledge, have no proper output. But the problem is that the 12th government is faced with new challenges facing the structural weaknesses in the management sector, which must be addressed to address them. Challenges that will directly affect the priority of shipping, especially shipping.
Malek Reza Malekpur pledged that the recent US Senate bill, which seeks to implement new non-nuclear sanctions against our country, is one of the most important challenges.
“The wisdom of the masses, the precise expert work, given the experience of the years of intensifying sanctions and active diplomacy, is a way out of the challenges ahead for the twelfth government, as well as the opponent’s point of view,” said the former port officer and seaport expert. The era of our response to sanctions has gained momentum.
According to the Marine Transportation Specialist, apart from short and medium-term solutions, we need to pursue a long-term and even eternal strategy to prevent external pressures on all elements of the country’s economy. Experienced experts in economics have long argued that believed that increasing Iran’s share of world trade is the only and best solution to the enemy’s enemy.
King Reza Malekpur, a former port specialist and expert in the field of sea ports, said: “In order to increase Iran’s share of international trade, the role of the maritime sector can be very significant. One of the projects that could bring international interests to the benefit of the country, while making wealth and added value more difficult than ever to threaten Iran; a plan to help landlocked states in northern Iran to reach free waters From the United Nations.
According to the plan, Iran will lease parts of the Makkaran coastline for long-term harbors to these countries to become a place for export and import of goods from these countries. The important point is that the cost of this project is provided by the international investment base, and Iran will only benefit from its geopolitical transnational and transnational income.
Malek Reza Malekpur, said: “Unfortunately, this plan has been neglected by governments in recent years, while high-confidence management has not taken such opportunities. A major macroeconomic strategy that can save both the country’s economy from periodic fluctuations and occasional recessions, and is very effective in increasing Iran’s share of international exchanges, is real privatization.
He said: “Unfortunately, some executives think that by deleting state facilities to the private sector, authority and control of governance are reduced, this is a very old idea and vision. Due to this kind of control and state control, the level of service delivery relative to rivals in the ports of the country is low and expensive, when foreign shipping lines only wish to arrive in those ports that carry Iranian goods.