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Aktau port to launch container shipments with Iranian ports

The port of Aktau and the ports of Iran will launch container shipments in 2019, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Kazakhstan Railways Maksat Kabashev told Trend.

He also stressed that without regular container shipments the total cargo turnover between the port of Aktau and the ports of Iran from January to May 2018 amounted to 568,605 tons.

Kazakhstan Railways also plans to purchase 5,000 containers in 2018.

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