Export of goods from Iran’s Kohgiluyeh & Boyer-Ahmad province increases
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 27
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
Exports of goods via customs in Iran’s Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province increased by 40 percent in terms of weight over the ten months (March 21-Jan. 20) of this Iranian year (began March 21, 2019) compared to the same period last year, said Behnam Ahmadi, director general of the Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Trend reports via IRNA.
Ahmadi noted that 1,020 tons of goods were exported via this customs checkpoint, adding that the value of the exported products was $1.1 million.
Saffron, sweet liquorice powder, roses, healthcare and perfumery products were mainly exported, the director added.
“The products were mainly exported to Germany, Switzerland, Iraq, South Africa, the UAE and Afghanistan,” Ahmadi said.
More than 20 million flowers, 9,000 tons of greenhouse products and 18,000 tons of fish are annually produced in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province.