EghtesadOnline: Products worth over $1,4m and weighing more than 4,36 million tons have been exported through Kermanshah customs and border markets in the first three quarters of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 20, 2016).
The Managing Director of Kermanshah province customs Khalil Heidari told IRNA on Sunday that products worth about 709,598,709 dollars and weighing 2,752,270 tons were exported through Kermanshah, Khosravi, Parvizkhan, Paveh customs and Parvizkhan, Sheykh Salleh and Shushmi border markets.
'Other customs of the province also exported products worth $712,980,452 weighing 1,637,480 tons,' he added.
'The exported products consisted of fresh and frozen tomato, household plastic equipment, cement, livestock, urea fertilizer, melamine dishes and tomato paste which were mostly exported to Iraq', he said.
'Kermanshah customs have totally exported products to about 32 countries in 9 months,' he noted.