Samson » September 19th, 2021
Today..Jordan begins the process of exporting to Iraq in a round-to-door system
18th September, 2021
Vice-Captain of Truck Owners Syndicate, Nael Al Thiabat, expects to start the process of exporting to Iraq under the “Door To Door” system, on Saturday.
Al-Dhiabat said, “The union issued visas for 200 oil tankers, and 200 visas for Iraqi drivers.” He added that through the union, security approvals have been obtained for 4,000 drivers since last Sunday. “The Door To Door system speeds up the arrival of the goods to the country of destination, which is less expensive, and it encourages the Jordanian producer to reach Iraq at the lowest cost,” according to Al Thiabat.
He explained that before the Corona virus pandemic, at least 500 trucks were entering Jordan into Iraq. And he continued, “The Jordanian government has given concessions to Iraqi trucks and discounts to the Ports Corporation in handling and some concessions on the basis of encouraging any Iraqi importer to import through the port of Aqaba or Jordanian industries.” LINK
MilitiaMan » September 19th, 2021
Interesting they were to have started this on 08/22/2021.. They’ll need to pay for the goods and services and possibly by the next day to clear.. hmmm ?? ~ MM
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