Shipment from Golestan district surges 22 percent in 10 months YoY

(MENAFN) The worth of shipment from Golestan province, in the northeast of Iran, surged 22 percent in the opening ten months of the ongoing Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022-January 20, 2023), in comparison with the same span of time in the last year, as declared by a provincial official.

Darvish-Ali Hassanzadeh, the director-general of the province’s Industry, Mining and Trade Department, stated that that goods valued at USD181 million were shipped from the province in the ten-month time span of this year.

He stated that the commodities were shipped to 32 nations, between them are Turkmenistan, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Bulgaria were the major ones.

As previously announced by Ebrahim Hosseini, the director-general of the province’s customs department, the value of export from Golestan province rose 63 percent in the past Iranian calendar year 1400 (ended on March 20, 2022), from the prior year.

Hosseini mentioned that more than 402,000 tons of goods valued at USD183.6 million were shipped from the district in the prior year, showing also 51 percent expansion in terms of mass.


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