Exports by India

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India is one of Asia’s largest refined product exporters with petroleum accounting for around 18 percent of total exports. India’s main export partners are United Arab Emirates and United States. China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Netherlands are the others.

India exports numerous leather products, textile goods, petroleum like crude and products, gems and jewelry, machinery and instruments, drugs, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals, manufactures of metals, transport equipment’s, plastic, linoleum products and electronic goods among other things

Exports have boosted the growth of Indian economy substantially and Indian exports in the current year has earned nearly US $ 125 billion and is expected to earn US $ 160 billion for the next fiscal year. Apart from the service industry and petroleum products lets have a look at what are the major products exported.

Leather Goods

India has developed over the years to become a key player in export of leather. India exports numerous leather products for daily use like leather wallets, belts, key holders, folders, pouches, leather toys, handbags etc. Gift items made of leather such as Leather notebooks, decorated leather journals, key rings, rugs are quite popular in foreign countries. A large number of small scale, medium scale as well as large scale companies in India are engaged in the export of leather goods.

The list of such companies include:

  • Sharie International
  • Islam International
  • Indobest
  • Falcon International
  • Z.N.T International

Indian medical appliances have made their mark in the foreign countries on account of superior quality and variety. Common medical appliances exported from India include absorbent gauze, sterile gloves, crepe bandages, gauze sponge and surgical face masks. Specialized medical appliances have also gained importance among major export products of India such as baby incubator, automatic vertical autoclave, air ionizers, and nelaton catheter.

The list of such companies include:

  • Nidhi Meditech Systems
  • Coral Marketing
  • Narang Scientific Works Private Limited
  • Relique Technologies
  • Surya Surgical Industries

Textile goods have gained prominence among the export products of India. Designer garments for ladies as well as gents manufactured in India have created huge demand in the International garment industry. The popular ladies garment include knitted tops, embroidered Salwar, sequin work blouses, sarongs, floral t-shirts, beaded garments, poplin embroidered kurta, viscose crape printed skirt.

The list of such companies include:

  • Kshethra Exports
  • Mirza Fabric Private Limited
  • Kanha Designs Pvt. Ltd.
  • Knitco Fashions
  • Boom Buying Private Limited

The Indian equipment industry have grown in leaps and bounds and ranks high among the major export products of India like conveyor systems, hand pallet trucks, magnetic coolant cleaners, vibrating screens, EOT cranes, industrial magnetic conveyors, cantilever racks, steel rolling mill plants, hydraulic stackers, heavy duty pallet rack, pin pulveriser, agitator vessel, rotary vane feeders.
The list of such companies include:

  •       Dewas Techno Products P Ltd.
  •       Metal Storage Systems Private Limited
  •       Yagnam Pulveriser Private Limited
  •       Elegant Engineers
  •       Metro Engineering Industries
  •       Jai Gopal Engineering Works Private Limited

India is the world’s second biggest rice producer and top Basmati seller. India’s annual basmati exports may rise as much as 15% in 2013, touching a record of 3 million tons.

India’s top export items in 2012

Petroleum products $56Bn
Gems & jewelry $47Bn
Pharma Products $24Bn
Transport equipment $21Bn
Machinery & Instruments $14Bn
Readymade Garments $14Bn
Manufacture of metals $10Bn
Electronics $9Bn
Rubber, glass & Products $7Bn
Cotton, yarn & Fabrics $7Bn

 Indian Exports To different Countries in 2012

 

 

 

 

 

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