World Maritime News

Authors: Leigh T. Hansson

Type: Articles Published

Following the easing of sanctions against Iran by the US and five other world powers, Europe has been eager to revive maritime trade relations with Tehran, sending its shipping majors and port officials to ink new and renew old cooperation deals. Aside to increased activity in the carriage of oil, container lines have reestablished or augmented their services into Iran, Korean yards have booked orders from Iranian owners set on renewing their outdated fleets and shipping registers have rushed to the country to resume or deepen their relations with Iranian shipping market.