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History of Road Transport

History of Road Transport The history of road transport begins with the introduction of the wheel and its subsequent application to goods movement. Copper miners in Central Europe around 4000-5000BC  may have been the first to apply it, in transporting ore from the interior of the mine to a

Bazargan Border point linking domestic, int’l trades

Bazargan Border point linking domestic, int’l trades Around 86,000 tons of commodities were exported from Bazargan Border Point within the first half of the Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2021 to September 22, 2021). The Bazargan Border Point was inaugurated about 95 years ago, performing as transit corridor between

Logistics for Technology Companies: An Overview

Logistics for Technology Companies: An Overview Technological progress plays a decisive role in shaping the future of our world. Hence, it comes as no surprise that the world’s most valuable brands are technology companies. Their products and innovations are usually of very high quality, full of new features, and

New world trade order revitalizes dormant corridor

New world trade order revitalizes dormant corridor Russian resilience to find a way around the economic isolation it has been facing from the west since it invaded Ukraine, has resulted in the revitalisation of a 7 200-kilometre cargo corridor through Iran into India. The International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC)

Autonomous Driving in Logistics: At the Future’s Wheel

Autonomous Driving in Logistics: At the Future’s Wheel What will the future of mobility be like? Sustainable, safe – and maybe even autonomous? Digitization and the associated automation of processes have been changing entire industries for years. The automotive industry could be on the verge of the next major

African economic and air traffic growth surpasses global average

African economic and air traffic growth surpasses global average African airlines will require 1 100 new passenger and freight aircraft deliveries by 2040, according to the latest 2021 Airbus Global Market Forecast (GMF). This will take the total fleet to 1 440 from a 2019 fleet baseline of 680 aircraft. “During

Imam Khomeini Airport Custom

Imam Khomeini Airport Custom Imam Khomeini Airport Custom – IKA Custom Clearance There are many transportation methods for importing and exporting goods to different countries. Freight forwarding companies, ship to Iran through sea, air and land routes. When the goods pass the border all cargo must go through Iran

Air Freight: A Market Study with Implications for Landlocked Countries

Air Freight: A Market Study with Implications for Landlocked Countries One of the principal factors limiting the volume of airfreight in developing countries is the lack of significant volumes of two-way activity. To facilitate air freight, landlocked countries need to improve operations at their airports and liberalize access for

The History of Air Freight

The History of Air Freight One of the most popular transportation options available to shippers, air freight, has become a much relied upon service all over the world, but unlike sea freight, it’s history is much shorter.  While the movement of goods by sea can be traced back thousands of years,

War in Ukraine: The impact on international transport

War in Ukraine: The impact on international transport However, the collateral effects of this war are numerous and have a real impact on freight, whatever the type of goods or mode of transport. One crisis after another for international freight Since 2019, the international trade sector has been struggling