Iran discloses volume of non-oil products exported through Astara Customs Service
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 29
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
The non-oil products worth $141 million were exported through the Astara Customs Service in Iran’s northern Gilan province during six months of this Iranian year (started on March 21, 2019), Rasul Umidi, Director General of the Astara Customs Service in Gilan province, said.
During the reporting period, 278,000 tons of agricultural, chemical, mining materials and metal products, foodstuffs, rubber products, cement, plaster, detergents, fabrics, handicrafts, carpets, clothing and footwear were exported, Umidi added, Trend reports referring to IRNA.
He added that 82,000 tons of electric vehicles, cars, furniture, equipment, medical supplies, building materials, glassware, agricultural products and chemicals worth $364 million were transported through the Astara Customs Service during six months.
During the reporting period, 8,000 tons worth $32.03 million were exported through the Astara Customs Service via the suitcase trade. Among these products were mainly food, rubber and agricultural products, Umidi said.
Some 941,664 people passed through the Astara Customs Service during the reporting period.