Abedi, Head of Iran-Kazakhstan Chamber of Commerce: Iran-Kazakhstan Chamber of Commerce has suggested to open an office in Almaty in order to facilitate trade, logistics and financial transactions for the businesspeople of both countries.
Although the flood in some cities damaged the wheat farms, the rainfall in other cities has increased the production and quality of the wheat. In total, the flood damaged 5 to 6 percent of the whole wheat production of the country.
SPV would be only limited to food, medicine and medical equipment. This mechanism is new to the world and the details are still unclear, however, it may expand into other goods such as the industrial ones.
Shushtar’s historical hydraulic system not only influenced the urban ecosystem and changed the quality of the city’s inhabitants, it also provided the drinking water of the region and also the water needed for agriculture.
• Building 5 km of private rail from Kordan station to Persia station and also 3 other lines with the total length of 1500 meters in the Persia station, enables this station to load and discharge grains at the same time
Dr Najafi, CEO of Petkus in Iran has recently done his PhD thesis on the important trends on Iran’s grain imports. This valuable research has been done in one of Paris’s universities in Business Integration major.
Head of National Nutrition and Food Technology Research Institute: We are working on the concept of enriching bread with Vitamin D in order to eliminate the deficiency of this vital vitamin in the diet of Iranians.
In 2016-2017 the storage capacity in Iran increased by 1,700,000 tons which means that the grain storage capacity of Iran is including both governmental and public sector storages is 19,785,000 tons now.
because of the lack of proper silos for storing oil seeds, farmers prefer to plant wheat in Khoozestan.
During 2017-2018, Khoosheh Fars Flour has exported around 48,000 tons of flour and wheat to Iraq and Oman
There has been an agreement between GTC, Russia’s Prodintorg and Kazakhstan’s FCC in order to swap wheat and flour sing a six-months credit
From March 2017, Iran has exported 28,500 tons of regular wheat to Oman, 31,500 tons of durum to Italy and 25000 tons of flour to Iraq
Professor Parviz Kerdovani: It seems that the biggest problem in Iran’s agriculture is the problematic ways that we are trying to grow wheat
GTC’s Export Expert: Until the end of the first half of year in Iran, the flour export has increased by 100000 tons
Professor Kardovani, father of Iran’s modern geography: the average rainfall in less than a third of the world