TEHRAN (Iran News) –Secretary General of the Home Appliance Industry Association says Iranian home appliances producers despite all international restrictions have readiness to expand their interactions with other countries and export markets.
Abbas Hashemi said that although sanctions have existed against Iran for years and still continue, but move forward of the industry will not come to a halt.
Emphasizing that all companies and production and industrial units do their jobs, he said that they should try to keep open wisely all paths for interactions with other countries and all international channels.
Hashemi then pointed to the new markets of Eurasia and Russia for home appliances activists and said that production units have readiness for presence and penetration in this market and they should try not to miss the opportunity like what happened about Qatar and in this line, the government and officials should rush to help the private sector.
He said that providing raw materials of the production units especially required petrochemical materials as well as export incentives will give courage to the producers for long term exporting agreements and they can penetrate those markets with more confidence.
Hashemi noted that condition of Russia and Eurasia is in a way that Iranian companies can have successful presence in those markets. He reiterated that this association along with Trade Promotion Organization, Foreign Ministry as well as Iran’s embassies in those countries have readiness to do their best for materializing this goal.
He then talked about the achievements of the 21nd International Home Appliances Exhibition and said that this exhibition was held in Grade A level and its difference is the participation of foreign delegations as well as holding scientific and technology events on its sidelines.
He noted that some good agreements in the last day of the exhibition between Iranian producers and foreign delegations especially in the field of gas stove industry.
Hashemi added that delegations from Iraq, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kurdistan of Iraq were present in the exhibition while five pavilions had been allocated to the Iran-France Chamber of Commerce, Iran-Africa Chamber of Commerce, Russia, Tajikistan and Armenia.
456 domestic companies plus 60 foreign counterparts displayed their achievements and products in this exhibition.