MNA – Director General of the Customs Office in Kermanshah Province said Sat. that over $1.4 billion worth of good were exported through customs and border markets to neighboring countries in 2017.
Khalil Heidari told Mehr News correspondent on Saturday that in the first nine months of 2017, $1,439,231,431 worth of goods weighing 3,193,136 tons were exported to neighboring countries through customs and border markets of Kermanshah province.
According to him, the volume of exports through these channels has had a two percent growth compared to the same period last year.
The exported goods through Kermanshah customs include ceramic tiles, home appliances, plastic and melamine utensils, evaporative coolers, polyethylene or polypropylene packaging bags, nylon rolls, powdered polyethylene granules, cement, laundry detergents, etc.
Noting that the major part of the goods is exported to Iraq, Heidari added that in the first nine months of 2017, 39 countries have imported Iranian products through the customs of Kermanshah province.