The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) Chairman, Dr. M. Angamuthu, recently engaged in an interactive discussion with exporters from Telangana State. The meeting was held in Hyderabad and was aimed at discussing the challenges faced by the exporters in the state and how APEDA can assist them in overcoming these challenges. The event was attended by several exporters from various sectors including fruits, vegetables, spices, and poultry.
During the meeting, Dr. Angamuthu highlighted the importance of exports for the growth of the agricultural sector in India. He emphasized the need for exporters to maintain quality standards and comply with international regulations to ensure that Indian products are accepted in global markets. He also assured the exporters of APEDA’s support in terms of providing technical assistance, market intelligence, and financial aid.
The exporters shared their concerns regarding issues such as transportation, logistics, and packaging. Dr. Angamuthu advised them to explore alternative modes of transportation such as air cargo and sea freight to reduce costs and improve efficiency. He also suggested that they invest in modern packaging techniques to ensure that their products reach international markets in good condition. Overall, the meeting was a productive one, with both the APEDA Chairman and the exporters exchanging valuable insights and ideas on how to improve exports from Telangana State.
In conclusion, the meeting between the APEDA Chairman and exporters from Telangana State was a step towards boosting agricultural exports from India. With India’s growing agricultural sector, it is essential to ensure that Indian products meet international quality standards and regulations. By engaging in discussions with exporters and providing them with technical assistance and financial aid, APEDA is playing a vital role in promoting exports from India. It is hoped that such meetings will continue to take place, and more exporters will benefit from APEDA’s support in the future.