Export expensive; The mango collapses

Export expensive; The mango collapses

The loss of Jet Airways has also hit the export of Haupussin mangoes. Due to the shutting down of the jet, other airlines have increased the cargo rate, which has resulted in exports being reduced by exporters. Therefore, mango is lying in large number in the country. Although the benefits of the consumers are reduced, the mango growers have also been affected.

The loss of Jet Airways has also hit the export of Haupussin mangoes. Due to the shutting down of the jet, other airlines have increased the cargo rate, which has resulted in exports being reduced by exporters. Therefore, mango is lying in large number in the country. Although the benefits of the consumers are reduced, the mango growers have also been affected.

Jet Airways had started cargo transport with French KLM company. Through this there was a large number of fruits and vegetables exported from Mumbai. Harvest mangoes are exported during the summer months from March to May. The daily figure of exports from Jet Airways was 45 to 50 tonnes. But now that export is minimal.

Sanjay Pansare, the biggest Mango exporter in Mumbai, told Mata that “All the mangoes from Mumbai were exporting about 200 tonnes of the daily commodity daily from the beginning of Jet Airways. However, shutting down of the service has increased the exports by 15 percent to other companies. The highest rate has been done by Air India. The impact of this hike is on the price of mangoes and foreign consumers are not ready to buy mango at 15-20 percent more. Therefore exporters have reduced exports. As a result, the daily number of exported mangoes has come down to 90 tuna.

While the launch of Jet Airways, all the companies were exporting 50 tonnes of foodgrains and 90 tonnes of wheat in the Gulf to Europe. At that time, 80 paisa per kg was used to send mango to Europe. The rate for Gulf countries was Rs 60 per kg. After the shut down of Jet’s services, the rate for Europe has now gone down by 110 per cent and the Gulf country’s rate is Rs. 90 per kg. Currently, exports of 40 to 45 tonnes of hayapatoo every day.

Rate of falling …

This year, production of hapus is low. So, in March, when the export was smooth, the retail market in the retail market was 800 to 1 thousand per dozen. This rate slipped to Rs 650-700 in April. Yet it was normal. But, after the shutting down of Jet on April 17, the export reduced due to price hike. Even though the resultant production is low, retail prices are hovering around Rs 250 to Rs 350 per dozen at retail prices.

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