Exports from Iran's Imam Khomeini Port Petrochemical Complex up by 182%
Iran's Imam Khomeini Port Petrochemical Complex exported 1.06 million tons of petrochemicals in the last March-August period.
The English-language daily Iran Daily on Monday quoted Abbas Sheri-Moqaddam, managing director of the complex, as saying that domestic sales of the complex went up by 77 percent in the said period. "Exports from the Imam Khomeini Port Petrochemical Complex jumped by 182 percent to total 3.4 trillion rials in the same period," he said.
According to him, local sales topped 1.3 trillion rials during March-August.
He further noted that a US$ 1 million contract had been reached with an Indian firm to implement an information technology (IT) project in the giant petrochemical complex.
The official added that the Imam Khomeini complex contributed some $400 million to the national petrochemical industry`s income last year.
The country`s petrochemical production capacity is expected to hit 15 million tons by March 2006. (menareport.com)
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