Azerbaijan's dried fruits company reveals production stats, future plans
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 14
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
Azerbaijan’s Dadli Nakhchivan Mahsullari in the country's Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic engaged in the production and sale of dried fruits, brought production volumes up to 90 tons in 2019, the founder of the company Emin Tarverdiyev told Trend.
He added that previously the company was looking to bring the production up to 90 tons a year.
“We will try to double our current production in 2020. Our capabilities allow us to increase production in case of demand and supply outside the country. Now we are actively looking for partners abroad,” the founder of the company said.
Presently, products are sold domestically, through the company's specialized stores in Baku and Sumgait cities, Tarverdiyev said.
“Currently, we have requests for the export of dried persimmons to Poland, export is planned for the first months of 2021. We may also supply our goods to Russia, there is demand for it as well," Tarverdiyev said.
Dadli Nakhchivan Mahsullari has been operating in the market since 2018.
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