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Dry Port Is A Place for Sustainable Development
Arash Ershadi , Mehdi Amini, Mehdi Jafari Asl, Bahareh Borhani
Master of Food Science and Technology / Farhikhtegan Zarnam Research Industrial Group (Innovation Center) , A.Ershadi@zarholding.com
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The dry port is an intermediate terminal terminal that is directly connected to seaports and has a high capacity in terms of vehicles from which consumers can pick up or drop off standard Kalara units. This port is a combined terminal on the shore that is connected to the coastal port. Necessary and sufficient equipment to deal with traffic caused by several modes of transportation, including rail and air, and customers can receive or deliver their goods in different ways. Dry port is considered as a low risk base for sustainable national development. The dry port consists of several sections, some of which include a safe area with ports for entry and exit, separate roofed and open warehouses for import, export and transport, and for perishable goods, high-value shipments and full shipments. Risk, warehousing facilities including customs guaranteed warehousing, suitable place to stop the fleet with sufficient parking space for the cargo fleet, office building in accordance with the approved plans in principle agreement for customs and other applicants such as freight forwarders, shipping agencies, Clearance of customs goods, banks and other related services, customs services and logistics services.
Keywords: Dry port, Shipping, Seaports, Sustainable development
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/02/05 | Accepted: 2021/03/30 | Published: 2021/03/30

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