Export of Nan-e Quds Razavi Products to six Countries

Wednesday , 11/14/2018 - 12:37
Export of Nan-e Quds Razavi Products to six Countries
“During the first seven months of 2018, the products of this company were exported to six countries” managing director of Nan-e Quds Razavi Co. said.
“During the first seven months of 2018, the products of this company were exported to six countries” managing director of Nan-e Quds Razavi Co. said.
Mohammad Sadiq Morvarid, CEO of Nan-e Quds Razavi Co., said in an interview with Astan News correspondent that during the first seven months of this year, the company issued 47 million products to Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States, Turkmenistan and the UAE. Compared to the same period last year, it grew by 125%, in terms of value and growth of 14% numerically.
“This volume of exports accounted for 21% of the total production of Nan-e Quds Razavi Company,” he added.
Morvarid, stating that a full basket of products and outsourcing ones are being exported, expressed, “These products include all types of sponge and oily cakes, all kinds of muffins, biscuits, sweets, wafers, tuna fish, rock candy and alimentary strudel.”
He mentioned increased marketing and efforts to sell products in target-exporting countries, increasing the diversification of export products, more engaging and cooperation with senior executives of the establishment, increasing the quality and durability of products and the precision in product packaging, among the most important reasons for increasing exports from earlier this year.
“In this regard, in order to expand the market and the number of export countries, programs such as more interaction with existing representatives to expand the market in target countries, increase in the variety of export products and diversify in the field of new packaging of export products are put on our agenda,” Morvarid stated.
In response to the question of what measures have been taken to achieve global quality and standards regarding the export of its products he reiterated, “To achieve global standards, quality should be exercised in the formulation of products as well as the packaging of highly exported products.”
“In the target markets, customers’ taste is evaluated, so that the products of each market to be produced according to the taste and savor of the customers of the same market in terms of weight, quality, taste and quantity in each carton” managing director of Nan-e Quds Razavi Co. commented.
“The company also exported alimentary and sweet strudels for the first time in commercial volumes to neighboring countries, especially Iraq,” Morvarid remarked.