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The Evergreen company website lists an office in Tehran and Bandar Abbas. Both are listed under Iranland Services Shipping Agency. (Company Website)
Bell-mar Shipping and Trading, an agent of Evergreen Logistics, is attending the 2nd Iranian Iron & Steel conference taking place September 26-28, 2016, in Isfahan Iran. The event overview states: "There is much to discuss, with sanctions being removed, new projects and investment opportunities planned across Iran and an in-depth look at the central Asian region steel industry" (2nd Iranian Iron & Steel Conference, 2016). The company also attended the 2015 Iranian Iron & Steel Conference that took place September 15-16 in Kish Island, Iran (Iranian Iron & Steel Conference).
"China Cosco Shipping and CMA CGM are hoping to form a new alliance with OOCL, Evergreen Line, and Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines." (Marine Link, "Impending Shakeup of Global Shipping Alliance." 4/13/2016).
"Ebrahim Idani, director general of Hormozgan Ports and Maritime Department, was quoted by Iranian media as saying on Tuesday that the fifth-generation container ship, Ever Legion, has started its journey from China’s Shanghai port and will call at various ports in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and the United Arab Emirates’ Jebel Ali Free Zone before berthing at Shahid Rajaei port, which is Iran's biggest container port. The official noted that the Taiwanese ship is 335 meters long with a draft of 14.5 meters and is scheduled to arrive at Shahid Rajaei port on August 5. Idani noted that the Evergreen shipping company called at Shahid Rajaei port since 2000, but its activities in Iran were stopped due to sanctions imposed on the country by the European Union and the United States over Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program... 'Seven container ships operated by the Taiwanese shipping line are expected to call at Shahid Rajaei port to onload and offload 5,000-6,000 TEU of containers per week, thus resuming the company’s activities in Iran,' Idani added." (PressTV, "Taiwan’s Huge Container Ship to Call at Iran Port," 8/4/15)
"Evergreen authorized the 335-meter Ever Legion to call [at] Shahid Rajaee port, which is in the southern Iranian province of Hormozgan.” (Vessel Finder, "Evergreen resumes sesrvice to Iran," 08/05/2015).
"Taiwanese lines Evergreen and Yang Ming Marine said they had pulled out, while Singapore's Pacific International Lines has also cut ties along with two top South Korean shipping firms." (Reuters, "Chinese Firms Drop Iran as Latest U.S. Sanctions Bite," 07/01/2013)
"At Bandar Abbas, Iran’s largest port, ships bearing the distinctive “Evergreen” insignia dock and unload their cargo. On the other side of the world, Evergreen vessels make their scheduled calls at Los Angeles Harbor, the biggest container port in the United States." (The Wall Street Journal, "Closing U.S. Ports to Iran-Tainted Shipping," 03/14/2013)
On June 23, 2011, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned Tidewater Middle East Co. (“Tidewater”), Iran’s major port operator, because the IRGC owns it and uses it for illicit activities including weapons shipments. (U.S. Department of the Treasury Press Center, “Treasury Sanctions Major Iranian Commercial Entities,” 6/23/11) The EU followed with its own sanctions against Tidewater on January 23, 2012. (Official Journal or the European Union: Council Decision 2012/35/CFSP)
Listed by the Iranian Ports and Maritime Organization as doing business with the Iranian Khadamat Saheli iran. (Ports & Maritime Organization: Companies Affairs Department: Liners)
Operates as a liner in Iranian ports. (Ports and Maritime Organization: Shipping Lines which operating in Iranian Ports)
Uses Tidewater Middle East Co.’s private terminals in the Shahid Rajaee Port Complex. (Tidewater: Reflection of Tomorrow)
Evergreen has an American subsidiary called Evergreen Shipping Agency Co.