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Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni

بندرامام خمینی
City
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Coordinates: 30°26′08″N 49°06′20″E / 30.43556°N 49.10556°E / 30.43556; 49.10556Coordinates: 30°26′08″N 49°06′20″E / 30.43556°N 49.10556°E / 30.43556; 49.10556
Country Iran
ProvinceKhuzestan
CountyMahshahr
BakhshBandar-e Emam Khomeyni
Population
 (2016 Census)
 • Total78,353 [1]
Time zoneUTC+3:30 (IRST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+4:30 (IRDT)

Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni (Template:Lang-fa, also Romanized as Bandare Emam Xomeyni; formerly, Bandar Šâhpur)[2] is a city and capital of Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni District of Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. As of the 2006 census, its population was 67,078, in 14,681 families.[3]

Bandar Imam Khomeini is a port city on the Persian Gulf in Khūzestān Province, Iran. Before the 1979 Iranian Revolution, it was known as Bandar Shahpur. It is named after Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

The city is home to Petrochimi Bandar Imam basketball club, which plays in the Iranian Super League.

Port history[edit source | edit]

Bandar Imam Khomeini petrochemical complex, Musa Bay, Iran

The port is located at the terminus of the Trans-Iranian Railway linking the Persian Gulf with Tehran and on to the Caspian Sea. Its is part of same nautical complex as the port of the adjacent city of Bandar-e Mahshahr. Both ports are accessible through the same channel.

During World War II it consisted only of a jetty, two shipping berths, a railhead and warehouses and a civilian settlement some miles distant.[4] The port was initially in German and Italian hands, but was stormed on August 25, 1941 by a combined British and Indian force supported by the Royal Navy.[5] A flotilla led by the armed merchant cruiser HMS Kanimbla had sailed up the waterways and in the raid captured eight Axis vessels, two gunboats and the floating dock. It was at time that, among others, the German ship Hohenfels fell into British hands and became Empire Kamal.

Thereafter it was administered by the US Army 482nd Port Battalion and served as a critical supply point for Allied military aid for Russia. The port facilities were also used for merchant and military vessel layup and repair. Three additional berths were built during the war.[4]

Port operations[edit source | edit]

The port of Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni is an Iranian National port operating under the authority of the Iranian Ports & Maritime Organization.[6]it is the Iranian Northernmost port on the Persian Gulf

.The Bandar Imam[7] port is a transshipment point for containers, bulk and general cargo, with exclusive access to the facilities held by Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL). In 2005 the Iranian Government proposed direct container shipments between the port and western Europe,[8] but negotiations with shipping lines for dedicated port facilities and access have not concluded.

A dozen kilometers East of Bandar Khomeyni port is the port of Bandar-e Mahshahr which is specialized in exporting oil and petrochemical products produced by the national companies NIOC and NPC. Both ports are accessible through the same 'Khor Musa' channel, which is 42 miles long and about 20 meters deep.

Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni port is connected by rail and road, to the West with Abadan and Khorramshahr and their joint Arvand Free Zone [9], along the Iran - Iraq border line, and to the North to Ahvaz, Teheran and the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus countries.

The Port has seven terminals with 40 berths of about 6,500 metres frontage.[10]

Port facilities
Type Berths Depth
(m)
Quay length
(m)
General cargo 29 12 3512
Containers 5 11 1051
Grain silos 2 12 560
Barges 1 6 842
Gulf 1 5 307
Trans Terminal 1 4 75
Iron ore (unloading) 1 15 220

The terminals are supported by warehouses with a capacity of 171,000 m² and open storage areas covering 10.9 km².[10]

Transportation[edit source | edit]

Roads[edit source | edit]

References[edit source | edit]

  1. https://www.amar.org.ir/english
  2. Template:GEOnet3
  3. Template:IranCensus2006
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Bandar Shahpur (Now Bandar Khomeini) - World War II - Persian Gulf Command". Pars Times. 2008. Archived from the original on 6 October 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-05.
  5. Brown, David (2001). The Royal Navy and the Mediterranean, Volume II. Routledge. p. 157. ISBN 978-0-7146-5205-4. Cite has empty unknown parameters: |coauthors= and |month= (help)
  6. https://www.pmo.ir/en/portsandterminals/iranianports
  7. "Official Agoda.com: Book Hotels for Cheap, up to 80% Off!". Agoda.
  8. "Iran port may act as Europe link with Iraq". Lloyd's List Daily Commercial News. Informa Australia. 2005-01-06. Archived from the original on 2007-08-31. Retrieved 2008-02-13.
  9. http://arvandfreezone.com/en/
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Port of Bandar Imam Khomeini". Abran Junub Shipping and Commercial Services. 2007. Retrieved 2008-02-13.

External links[edit source | edit]

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