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Iran Opens the Biggest Flora Terminal in Middle East

Saturday, June 21, 2008

The first phase of the Middle East’s biggest flora terminal has been made operational in Eslamshahr city, near Tehran.

Chairman of board of directors of Iran Flowers and Plants Terminal Company announced that the terminal has been built over an area of 120,000 square meters according to the Dutch model.

Jalal Ajayebi noted that investment in the terminal has been made by 4,000 stockholders and the project aims to facilitate export of plants and flowers to the Persian Gulf littoral states, Central Asia, and European countries.

Ajayebi stated that a special place has been considered for producers and distributors of flower from across the nation where they can carry out transactions using computers.

Managing director of Iran Flowers and Plants Terminal Company concluded by saying that a major advantage of the terminal is proximity to Mehrabad and  Imam Khomeini airports which will facilitate flower export to Iran and other parts of the world.

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