Semnan province shipments rises 23 percent YoY

(MENAFN) The worth of shipment from Semnan district, in the north-central Iran, surged by 23 percent in the initial eight months of the ongoing Iranian calendar year (March 21-November 21), in comparison with the same span of time in the last year, as stated by a provincial official.

Ali Sa’ddedin, the director-head of the province’s customs department, stated that 192,138 tons of outputs valued at USD74.59 million were shipped from the district in the eight-month time span.

He stated the outputs were shipped to 32 nations, and stated that the following products are sodium hydroxide, wire and cable, light hydrocarbon, unrefined lead, refined oil, evaporative cooler, plastic containers, detergents, refined oil, aluminum sheet, sulfuric acid, dry milk, edible salt, resin, washing machine, hydrochloric acid, perchlorine, calcium chloride, ceramic tiles, barite powder, as well as liquid paraffin as the main shipped items, whereas Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Azerbaijan, Russia, Kuwait, Pakistan, India, Uzbekistan, Armenia, and Japan as the top shipment destinations.



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