May 29, 2023

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Export from Semnan province rises 28% in 11 months on year

TEHRAN- The value of export from Semnan province increased by 28 percent in the first 11 months of the past Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022-February 19, 2023), as compared to the same period of time in the preceding year, a provincial official announced.

Mohammad-Reza Hashemi, the governor-general of the province, said that evaporative coolers, cables and wires, sweets and biscuits, tiles and ceramics, and non-petroleum polymers are among the exported goods of Semnan province, adding that the Persian Gulf littoral states, Central Asian countries, and Iran’s neighbors are the most important customers of the products manufactured in this province.

The official said that the commodities were exported to 35 countries.

As previously announced by the deputy head of the province’s Industry, Mining and Trade Department, 290,000 tons of commodities worth $97 million were exported from Semnan in the Iranian calendar year 1400 (ended on March 20, 2022), which indicate 54 percent rise in value and 12 percent growth in weight as compared to year 1399.

Hamidreza Maddah named light hydrocarbon, caustic soda, ground cable, refined lead, washing powder, rebar, silicon, ceramic tile, evaporative cooler, sweets and chocolate, and sodium chloride as the major exported items which were exported to 39 countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, UAE, Turkey, Pakistan, China, England, India, Croatia, Serbia, Hong Kong, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Italy.

The official also announced that 12,000 tons of commodities worth $58 million were imported to the province in 1400.

He named components and parts of electrical machines and devices, machines and devices for confectionery or for the production of cocoa or chocolate, cotton wool, separate parts of automobiles, and bakery or pastry making machines as the main imported items, and Turkey, China, Italy, Germany, Uzbekistan, South Korea, UAE, Spain, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia, and Switzerland as the major sources of imports.


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