Iran reveals exports via customs of Iran's Qom Province

Business Materials 10 September 2020 11:45
Iran reveals exports via customs of Iran's Qom Province

BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 10

By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:

A total of 38,000 tons of various goods worth $49.1 million were exported through the customs of Iran's Qom Province over the course of the first five months of the current Iranian year (March 20 to August 21, 2020), Director General of Qom Province Customs Office, Esfandiar Derikvandi said, Trend reports citing Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.

Derikvandi said that the exported products were mainly pellets, footwear, lead ingots, copper wire, rubber, chemicals and hydrocarbons.

“These products were mainly exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, the UAE, India, Pakistan and Uzbekistan,” he added.

The director general stressed that 31,000 tons of goods were transited through province’s customs during the reporting period.

In addition, 18,200 tons of goods worth $85.9 million were imported via these customs over five months, Derikvandi noted.

According to the director general, the imported goods were mainly motorcycle spare parts, acrylic fibers, washing machine and water heater spare parts, medical supplies.

Derikvandi emphasized that these goods are mainly imported from South Korea, China, India, Italy, the UAE, Turkey and Japan.

“The province's customs revenues amounted 800 billion rials (about $19 million) during this period,” he said.