Export goods to Oman

The most important items of export goods from Iran to Oman

These items are the needs of the Oman market and are mainly exported from Iran:

  • Iran is one of the top countries in the world in the field of grape and raisin production and has been exporting its products for many years, but if we want to mention the best raisins that are produced in our country for export, we should mention The following are required:

    1. Golden yellow raisin, which is also called Californian and grape raisin.
    2. Sour raisin, also known as sultani raisin.
    3. and green and yellow raisin, which is a product of Kashmer and Khalilabad, Khorasan province.

  • Beans are also one of the important export items from Iran to Oman, which has been very profitable for Iranian and Turkish businessmen.
  • Domestic and industrial water purification devices and all accessories and accessories along with the filters of these devices are among the export items from Iran to Oman.
  • Considering the volume of mass production of oil in the form of different brands and considering its competitive prices with European oils, Iran has a strong potential in exporting these types of oils to Oman.
  • Nuts are one of the goods that, due to their long shelf life and concerns about corruption, the risk of storing them is less than that of food and dairy exports. This is important when you have to spend more time to deliver your nuts and products to the Omani consumer due to reasons such as the development of the target market in Oman, warehouse relocation or during administrative and customs procedures. Another advantage of this product is flexibility in product packaging. The type of packaging of your product should be such that in addition to the suitable space for transporting and exporting nuts to Oman, it is also visually appealing to the consumer. The taste of people in different climatic regions of Oman in terms of consumption of nuts and the best season for export to Oman are also among the important things for you that you can learn more about these things through experiences and field research.

  • Oman depends on other countries in terms of food supply and imports a large amount of food such as fruits and vegetables.

    The presence of Asian immigrants, most of whom are Indian and Bangladeshi, as well as the presence of international companies from England and Russia, has created different tastes in Oman.

    This issue has created a diverse market with high potential in this country.

  • The main export of saffron to Oman is Pushal saffron, which is a profitable market for Iranian businessmen.
  • Apples, pears, plums, kiwis, cherries, apricots, mangoes, coconuts, tangerines, bananas, and oranges are fruits that can be used to make fruit chips. Providing services in the field of education, introducing companies manufacturing machines of this profession in the country, setting up seasonal exhibitions in cities and the capital, and providing facilities for activists in this field will increase the growth of production. In case of proper quality production and attention to product packaging, the opportunity to compete in export markets is guaranteed.

  • Greenhouse tomatoes have a more beautiful appearance and a thicker skin than agricultural tomatoes, which makes them last longer and can withstand a longer distance to reach the export destination. Local or farm vegetables have a shorter shelf life and taste better. It should be noted that picking tomatoes should be done with scissors.

  • In recent years, we have witnessed the increasing growth of ceramic tile exports to Oman. If Iranian producers intend to succeed in global markets, including neighboring countries such as Oman, they must consider the market’s taste. One of the most important issues in international markets is that low quality ceramic tiles cannot be found in the global market. Some manufacturers believe that they can control the market by producing low-quality and cheap materials. But it is a misconception that for success in exporting, quality is of primary importance. Among the important elements in the quality of the tile, we can mention the size and shape of the tile, resistance to moisture, resistance to temperature changes, resistance to forces such as weight, etc.