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Tag Archives: Eastern Black Sea Exporters' Association (DKİB)

Mehmet Cirav: Hazelnut exports started the new year with an increase

In January 2024, there was a high rate of increase of 18 percent in quantity and 46 percent in value amount in the first month in hazelnut exports, which was realised as 206 million 553 thousand 327 dollars for 26.916 tonnes. Mehmet Cirav Mehmet Cirav, Chairman of the Eastern Black …

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Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association introduced Turkish tea in Japan!

Press release… Tokyo… Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB) took important steps for information exchange and cooperation during its visit to Japan in order to boost the competitive advantage of Turkish tea in the global market. With the visit, critical results were reached in terms of learning the leading practices …

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Saffet Kalyoncu: Eastern Black Sea region exports ended the year with a decline

Press release… Saffet Kalyoncu, Chairman of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), announced that in the Eastern Black Sea Region, which is under the jurisdiction of DKİB General Secretariat, exports from Trabzon, Rize, Artvin and Gümüşhane provinces amounted to 1 billion 375 million 192 thousand 844 dollars in 2023 …

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MEHMET CIRAV: WE SHOULD FOCUS ON SUSTAINABILITY INSTEAD OF DISCUSSIONS ON YIELD AND PRICE IN HAZELNUT PRODUCTION

Press release… During the 11-month period (1 September 2022-31 July 2023) of the 2022/2023 hazelnut export season, which started on 1 September 2022, hazelnut exports from Türkiye reached 284 thousand 216 tonnes and 1 billion 707 million 680 thousand dollars of foreign currency inflow was provided in return. Mehmet Cirav, …

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GURDOGAN: TURKIYE EXPORTED OVER 5 THOUSAND TONNES OF HONEY IN SIX MONTHS

According to the information compiled from the data of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), 6-month honey export of Türkiye, which has a suitable climate for beekeeping, was recorded as 5 thousand 119 tonnes. A revenue of 16 million 804 thousand 88 dollars was obtained from this export. During …

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TURKIYE’S 10-MONTH PERIOD HAZELNUT EXPORT…

Press release… In the 10-month period (1 September 2022-30 June 2023) of the 2022/2023 hazelnut export season, which started on September 1, 2022; hazelnut exports from Türkiye reached 262 thousand 710 tonnes, and a foreign exchange inflow of 1 billion 581 million 247 thousand US dollars was provided in return. …

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HAZELNUT EXPORTS APPROACH 1.5 BILLION DOLLARS…

Press release… In the 9-month period (September 1, 2022-May 31, 2023) of the 2022/2023 hazelnut export season, which started on September 1, 2022, hazelnut exports from Türkiye reached 243 thousand 460 tonnes, resulting in foreign exchange inflow of 1 Billion 462 Million 345 thousand dollars. Mehmet Cirav Mehmet Cirav, Chairman …

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SEBAHATTIN ARSLANTURK: WE NEED TO CARRY OUR HAZELNUT EXPORT TO A SUSTAINABLE SIZE

Press release… Sebahattin Arslantürk, Vice Chairman of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB) Hazelnut and Hazelnut Products Sector Committee, said that due to the approach of the new crop hazelnut season, producers to carry out the necessary care in order to obtain quality products, as in all agricultural crops. …

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EASTERN BLACK SEA REGION’S EXPORTS SURPASS 258 MILLION DOLLARS IN JANUARY-FEBRUARY…

Press release… The Eastern Black Sea Region, which is under the jurisdiction of our General Secretariat, encircling Trabzon, Rize, Artvin and Gümüşhane provinces, made an export of 258 million 628 thousand 263 dollars in January-February 2023. In the first 2 months of 2023, the most exported sectors from the region; …

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SEA BREAM, SEA BASS AND TURKISH SALMON TAKE THE LEAD IN FISHERY EXPORTS!

Sea bream, sea bass and Turkish salmon took the lead in Turkey’s aquaculture exports in 2022. Fisheries exports from Türkiye to 96 countries, especially the Russian Federation, increased by 4 percent in quantity and 17 percent in value compared to the previous year. The first three products in export were …

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