Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) realized an export of 1 billion 550 million dollars in June with an increase of 51 percent.
EIB, which boosted its exports by 30 percent in the first half of 2021 and brought 7 billion 646 million dollars to Turkey, reached 14 billion 774 million dollars with an acceleration of 17 percent in the last 1-year period.
The Aegean Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters’ Association, which maintains its leadership among the 7 Agricultural Associations, closed the month of June with 117 million dollars with an increase of 50 percent.
Aegean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association have achieved 25 percent progress, bringing 112 million dollars to Turkey.
Aegean Tobacco Exporters’ Association reached an export figure of 81 million dollars.
The export of Aegean Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and Products Exporters’ Association in June increased to 73 million dollars with an acceleration of 56 percent.
Aegean Furniture Paper and Forest Products Exporters’ Association managed to reach 63 million dollars with an increase of 2 percent.
Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association brought in 62 million dollars to Turkey with an increase of 6 percent in June.
Foreign sales of Aegean Textile and Raw Materials Exporters’ Association surged by 122 percent to 36 million dollars.
The exports of the Aegean Olive and Olive Oil Exporters’ Association reached 14 million dollars with a hike of 13 percent.
Aegean Leather and Leather Products Exporters’ Association achieved an export of 13 million dollars with an increase of 65 percent.
Aegean Exporters’ Associations Coordinator Jak Eskinazi said that it was the period when they showed the best export performance on a monthly basis and that 11 Associations managed to escalate their exports in June and that only 1 Association maintained its performance in the previous period.
“The exports of our Agricultural Associations went up by 22 percent and reached 527 million dollars and the exports of our Industrial Associations reached 921 million dollars with an acceleration of 76 percent,” Jak Eskinazi added…