Port Company: Inventory of 173 containers of chemicals in Umm Qasr

Basra-Al-ALSHARQIYA   August  7 : The General Company for Ports of Iraq has inventoryed 173 containers of non-explosive chemical materials that were stored according to the international storage classification after the repercussions of the Beirut port explosion.
 The general manager of the company, Farhan Muheisen Al-Fartousi, explained that the inventory process was carried out according to a committee headed by the ports and the membership of the border ports, customs and security agencies to inventory the chemical materials stored in the northern port of Umm Qasr, which are classified from level 2 to 9 in their level of danger, which is considered a non-explosive flammable material, indicating that The number of containers containing materials stored about 138 containers in one of the port sites and about 35 containers in another location were stored according to the international classification within the international safety standards.


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