India is also the second largest producer of wheat (98,510,000 tonnes) in the world after China(134,340,630 tonnes) and has a potential to wheat export all over the world.
The most basic and important crop to sustain healthy lifestyle of mankind is WHEAT, which is a part of staple diet of more than half a world’s population.
In India, Wheat is the second most important agricultural crop after Rice and thousands of people are engaged in the cultivation of this crop, therefore feeding millions of people within the country.
Why choose for your next product is Wheat export?
There are several countries which export wheat more than India in terms of tonnes, then why to choose this crop for exporting? As it is mentioned and commonly known that India is the second largest producer of wheat which means production of this agricultural product is on the large scale in the country and states that top the production list are Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, etc.
Hence, if the wheat production is booming in the country then the export for the same crop will not be difficult and when our company Impexperts is providing all the required training and information to set up a new export business or enhance your existing business.
Which countries are the possible buyers of Indian Wheat?
Over 15 countries have shown new interest in importing wheat from India like Iraq, Japan, Netherlands and several others. More than one million tonnes of wheat has been shipped through private companies after the removal of ban on wheat exports in September, 2011.
In the year 2017-2018, Major countries to import wheat from India are Nepal, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, UAE, Somalia, united Kingdom, Jordan, Malaysia, etc.
World’s Top Importing Countries of Wheat are:
- Indonesia ($2.6 billion)
- Egypt ($2.2 billion)
- Algeria ($1.84 billion)
- Italy ($1.82billion)
- Philippines ($1.7 billion)
- Japan ($1.6 billion)
- Brazil ($1.5 billion)
- Spain ($1.33 billion)
Major Exporters of Wheat in the world
- Russia ($8.4 billion)
- Canada ($5.7 billion)
- United States of America ($5.5 billion)
- France ($4.1 billion)
- Australia ($3.1 billion)
- Ukraine ($3 billion)
- Argentina ($2.4 billion)
- Romania ($1.23 billion)
- Germany ($1.16 billion)
In the year 2018-2019, India’s share in exporting wheat at global level has come up with a percentage of 0.28%. There are various companies which are joining the business of Wheat Export and gradually our country will increase the its export. Also the Indian government will make policies to initiate growth in Wheat Exports.
If you are keen interested in starting the business of Wheat Export, then IMPEXPERTS will help you achieve this by showing proper guidance and giving you complete knowledge of the Export business and also explaining how you can make the best opportunity in the current Export market.
We can help you in giving appropriate and useful training for the Export Business so that you can step in the world of Exports, overall helping you in setting up your business in the international market.