Ali Reza Baoushdar, the official in charge of docks and petrochemical pipeline projects in Iran\'s Southwestern port, Mahshahr, said Saturday the new docks would make the export of liquid petrochemical products possible for the first time. The official stated that the new development will facilitate export of liquid petrochemical products like ADC (azodicarbonamide), caustic soda, heavy-end, methanol, butane-1, and gasoline which are respectively produced by Arvand, Bou-Ali, Fanavaran, Amir Kabir, and Shazand petrochemical plants. He added that a new loading system and 15 loading arms would be made operational in Mahshahr which will make simultaneous loading and offloading of 15 petrochemical products possible. Last month, three important petrochemical projects were inaugurated in Mahshahr Petrochemical Special Economic Zone on the eve of the anniversary of the liberation of the city of Khorramshahr. Arvand petrochemical plant\'s PVC project, Maroon\'s petrochemical plant\'s production of oxygen and nitrogen project and second pier of loading liquids at Mahshahr Petrochemical Special Economic Zone were the projects inaugurated in the presence of high ranking officials in May. Since 2005, when President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ascended to power, 38 petrochemical plans have been launched leading to rising production of petrochemical products from 20 million tons to 54 million tons per year. Iran\'s petrochemical products are exported to more than 60 countries across the world.