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Addressing the District Level Exporters Conclave, Collector Raipur, Shri Saurabh Kumar said that through exporters not only their own income increases, but it also increases employment opportunities significantly and brings laurels to the district and the state. . Through such events, emphasis is being laid on export promotion and export prospects by the Central Government and the State Government. The collector told the exporters that they should come forward, the district administration and the state government would have full cooperation in their work. It is noteworthy that the 75th year of independence is being celebrated as Amrit Mahotsav. During this, various programs are being organized by the departments of the Central and State Governments. From 20 to 26 September is being celebrated as Commerce Week by the Commerce Department of the country. In this regard, district level exporters conclave is being organized at New Circuit House, Raipur today.Shri Saurabh Kumar said that at the time of independence, not even a pin was made in our country but today we are making heavy machinery similar to heavy engineering. Huh. The Urla and Siltra industrial areas of Raipur manufacture such products which were earlier made only in technologically leading countries like Japan. There is a situation of saturation in the industrial areas like Urla and Siltra of the district, but the industry is developing rapidly in areas like Tilda-Kharora. Chhattisgarh has been recognized as an industrial hub, now it is growing rapidly in areas like frozen products and rice products. The quality of the products here is very good and they have good export potential. State Head of Chhattisgarh Industrial and Technical Culture Center (Citron) Mr. PK Nimonkar said that Chhattisgarh is a land lock state, if there is no port here If there are some problems, the opportunities are equally high. This area is protected from external encroachment, war-like calamities and there are facilities for trade and transportation all around. He emphasized on setting up of export cell in the state with the help of government administration and private sectors and industry associations etc. He said ‘no risk-no gain’. He said that Chhattisgarh has a lot of export potential in metals, minerals, forest products, agriculture products, edible oils as well as other sectors. There are about two hundred products of Non Timber Forest Produce, which is the highest in the country. 35 percent of the country’s steel is in Chhattisgarh and now Chhattisgarh’s steel rate runs all over the country. Mr. Kalpataru Behera, Manager, Export Promotion Capital Goods Raipur (EPCG) said that it was formed in collaboration with the Government of India. This organization is operated in Raipur. Its objective is to enhance the quality of products, reduce the risk of exporters and assist the banks, along with increasing the facility of exports. Addressing the program, successful exporters from Chhattisgarh, Mr. Rahul Patel and Vikas Agarwal said that initially they found it difficult to export but now it seems as if they are sending their goods to other states. Mr. Patel told that his steel wire is going to the Gulf countries, now there is also a plan to send it to Europe. Divyani Rai of CEFACIL organization, Calcutta, through video conferencing said that her organization will make further efforts to increase exports in Chhattisgarh and video Through conferencing, his council will continue to do the work of persuading and cooperating at regular intervals. Chief General Manager, District Trade and Industry Centre, Raipur Shri VK Devangan informed about the purpose of the program. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading