Made in Nepal
Best Made in Nepal Products To Purchase In 2017
Nepal is known all over the world for its culture, stunning geography and diversity. But local products such as noodles, herbs, crazy hats, and pens help the country re-brand itself in the international and domestic market and expand its identification beyond the land of the Buddha and Mount Everest.
Customers in more than 80 countries annually buy Nepalese crafts worth $ 7 billion. Statues, gratitude, metal products, shawls from pashmina and silk scarves reach China, Switzerland, Germany, the USA and many other countries. Similarly, Nepal is the undisputed leader in the noodle market for South Asia. Today, Rara and WaiWai are not only international brands, but WaiWai even managed to open factories in Sikkim, Guwahati, and Rudrapur in India. Nepal has also made a giant leap in the juice market with a profit more than six million.
Of the 1600 herbs found in Nepal, 162 are exported to semi-finished products in various countries. In the fiscal year 2067-68, exports to India only cost 860 million rupees, but these figures could be much higher. Since there are no laboratory facilities in Nepal, herbs such as yarsagumba, nettle, jasmine, mint, cinnamon must be sent abroad for processing. As a result, only herbs that are well-known to foreigners find the market. Among the cash crops, tea, cardamom, and ginger predominate. Tea is one of the best twelve cultures.
Exported to third countries, and Nepalese tea even overtook Darjeeling tea. Nepal is currently the largest exporter of black cardamom, used for medical and cosmetic purposes in the west. Ginger from Salyan and Piutan reaches the countries of the Persian Gulf through India.
Nepalese construction products also work well. Of the 3 million tons of cement required annually in Nepal, more than 70 percent is produced locally. The pipe industry has annual transactions amounting to 1.5 billion rupees. The Nepalese-Thai company satisfies 80 percent of the transformer needs in Bhutan.
After such transnational companies as Unilever and Dabur entered the country, many made in Nepal products are made in Nepal, such as Close-Up, Pepsodent, Babul, Dabur Lal. In fact, Dabur, Nepal, sells 80 percent of its products to India.
Another Nepalese product, Star Line ballpoint pens are very popular in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and the Persian Gulf.
Economic adviser to Prime Minister Rameshvor Hanal says that the rapid growth of Nepalese goods is a result of the growth of domestic consumption, which encourages companies to develop better products, which in turn increases the brand value and increases exports.
Nevertheless, Ratnaman Maharjan, who exports handicrafts to the United States, Europe, and recently China complains about the massive exodus of skilled and semi-skilled workers, many of whom are now doing handicrafts abroad. He says that if this problem is not solved, a whole generation of artists will never know their ancestors, and those who do this will make Nepalese crafts sold under foreign labels.
According to Nepal Rastra Bank, the total volume of exports for the first six months of the current fiscal year is Rs. 35.92 billion, which is significantly higher than last year's Rs 64.56 billion. At the same time, the volume of imports still largely depends on the volume of exports, and the trade balance deficit has increased by five percent and amounted to 330 billion rupees. Experts agree that this gap could be reduced if companies paid more attention to the marketing of unique brands such as herbs, mineral water, and textiles.
Popular items for purchase in Nepal
From a personal and business point of view, we at Direct Way Cargo Nepal made an exhaustive list of products that are very popular for purchase in Nepal. We hope that this will give you an idea of what is available here.
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Ready made Garments
The Ready made Garments sector has become the largest export commodity regarding receiving the foreign exchange and has also provided employment opportunities for a large part of the communities. Ready-made garments, ranging from weaving machines and factories, are manufactured and exported by the order of buyers, regardless of whether they are traditional, or fashion wears. The main categories exported from Nepal are coats, jackets, jumpers, spacesuits, shirts and blouses, skirts and trousers, trousers and shorts, quilted jackets and vests, etc. Of cotton or viscose. The main market for Nepalese clothing is the USA, Canada, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Australia, etc.
Hand woolen carpets were the second largest export goods of the country. The carpet industry is one of the largest industries of employment in Nepal. Hand-woven woolen carpet has recognition in the international market due to its unique qualities, such as texture, color combination, elasticity, strength, and durability. Carpets made of pure wool are available in both plant dyes and chemical dyes. Usually, the density of the Nepalese carpet is 60, 80 and 100 knots per square meter. Inch. However, specialized manufacturers produce even 120 knots per square meter. Inch density. Germany, the USA, Austria, the Netherlands, Great Britain. Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Korea, Russia, are the main export markets for Nepalese carpets.
Pashmina products appeared as Nepal's third-largest foreign export product after ready-made garments and hand-woven woolen carpets. Pashmina is the inner coat of the mountain goat's hair. This is obtained by combining the natural hair of the goat. The quality of Pashmina is determined by its softness, lightness, subtlety, warmth and durable properties, and also by skill. The main export products made from pashmina are shawls, stoles, silencers, scarves, blankets and ready-made garments. These products are available in any color at the choice of consumers by synthetic or natural dyes. The United States of America is the largest overseas importer of Nepalese goods from Pashmina. Another major market for Pashmian goods is Japan, Britain, France, Germany, the Republic of Korea, Italy, Canada, and Switzerland.
Leather and leather products
Nepal offers buffalo skins and goat skins that are mostly exported in the form of wet blue, chrome tanning, chrome crust, and chrome finished. Over the past few decades, Nepal has been manufacturing and exporting a wide range of leather products, both modern and traditional. Jackets, handbags, belts, wallets, shoes, gloves, wallets are some of the leather goods produced in Nepal and have a good export market. The leather industry and the leather industry have a big contribution to the country's export earnings. USA, Japan, Pakistan-Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Brazil, UK, Spain, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong are the main export market for Nepalese leather and leather products.
Lentil as the main exported agricultural products is a regular source of foreign currency earnings to Nepal. Nepal exports whole and chopped lentils. Lentils are grown in Terai, inland Terai and the middle of the hills of the country. Cultivation of lentils is growing because of its promising potential at home and abroad. Among other impulses, Nepalese lentils have a greater demand in the international market. Bangladesh, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Germany, Korea, Great Britain, Indonesia are the main export markets.
Nepalese crafts are known all over the world for their rich art, crafts and oriental architecture for centuries. Each part of Nepalese crafts is unique in itself and reflects the art and craftsmanship of craftsmanship. This is a cottage scale and home industry, where traditional technologies and skills are passed down from generation to generation. Nepalese crafts include gilded, bronze and brass artistic icons, filigree objects, household utensils, handicrafts and paper products, paintings and gratitudes, woodcarving and weaving baskets, jewelry, masks, etc. USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, Netherlands, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Canada, Italy, Australia are the main markets for these products.
Traditionally, various spices are grown in Nepal. Nepal offers some spices, such as dry and fresh ginger, large cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon and leaves, and chili, etc. Spices are known for giving tasty food. In general, spices are used both for domestic culinary purposes and in the food industry. It is also widely used in bakeries for medicines. Spices are the main export product of Nepal. India is a traditional market for Nepalese spices. Nepalese spices are exported to India, Pakistan, Singapore, Germany, Taiwan, etc.
The flower product has become the new export product of Nepal. The diverse climatic nature and soil type of Nepal offers a wide potential for the cultivation of all kinds of flower plants throughout the year. In addition to other hundreds of varieties of flowers, 90 genera and 350 species of orchids are available in Nepal. Nepal exports cut flowers, flower bulbs, and seeds. The main export markets are India, Japan, Pakistan, Qatar, etc. There is a great potential for expanding the export of floriculture products from Nepal.
Medicinal herbs and essential oils
Medicinal herbs and essential oils are a well-known export product of Nepal. Medicinal and aromatic plants are important natural resources of Nepal, which are widespread in the forest and Himalayan forests. In Nepal, these plants have been used for traditional healing purposes for centuries. Ayurvedic preparations are made directly from herbs.
Essential oils obtained from various medicinal plants are widely used as raw materials for the production of various consumer products, such as cosmetics, perfumes, medicines, etc. Different vegetable-based essential oils are produced and exported from Nepal. Citronella oil, Palmeria oil, sugandha-cocailla, lemon grass oil, lichen extract is a prominent essential oil and extract that is usually produced. The main export market for these products is Germany, Japan, Pakistan, Italy, France, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain. Switzerland, Sweden, Australia, and so on.
Tea and coffee
Tea is the upcoming export goods of Nepal. Tea is grown in Nepal for more than a century, Orthodox and STS are the main varieties of tea grown in Nepal. I am tea, which is famous for its tall orthodox tea, is popular with connoisseurs of tea. The main export market for Nepalese tea is Germany, Japan, France, Italy, Hong Kong, Great Britain, Switzerland, Australia, Netherlands, USA. Herbal and herbal tea Nepal were very popular in these markets.
Along with tea, coffee also becomes a potential export product of Nepal. Coffee is grown in some areas of Middle Nepal, such as Gulmi, Palpa, Xianya, Lalitpur and Cover. A favorable agro-climatic environment for coffee encourages farmers to grow coffee. It can be grown on barren and steep lands. These are high-value cash crops that have promising market opportunities in the country and abroad. There is good demand for Nepali coffee in overseas markets, as people prefer roasted coffee beans, rather than instant ones. Japan and No country are export markets for Nepalese coffee.
Silver jewelry is another prominent exhibit in Nepal. Jewelry in Nepal is made mainly by the hands of a skilled artisan reflecting the traditional art and culture of Nepal. Unique sets and varieties of earrings necklaces, bracelets, brooches, dent pens, payels, kalli, phuli, etc. They are popular ornaments from Nepalese jewelry made of silver. The main export markets for Nepalese silver jewelry are the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, etc.
Honey becomes export products of Nepal. It has growing export markets, as honey is used in the food industry and the pharmaceutical sector. Cosmetic manufactures also use it as an ingredient for soap and shampoo. Nepal's mountain natural honey is famous for its exotic taste. The main export market for honey is the United Kingdom, the Republic of Korea, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Poland, etc.
Nepalese Paper and Paper Products
Nepalese paper and paper products are very well known on the foreign market. Nepalese papers are manufactured at Lokta or Dayshing plants (Daphne cannabira). A unique feature of Nepalese paper is its resistance to moths. In addition to Nepalese paper, Nepal exports varieties of products made from it, such as postcards, postal pads and papers, wood prints, calendars, gift wraps, lampshades, etc. The main markets are the USA, Japan, Canada and Europe.
The study elucidates the situation of Nepal and predicts the growth of its Instant product Market. Report talks about growth, market trends, progress, challenges, opportunities, government regulations, technologies in use, growth forecast, major companies, upcoming companies and projects etc. in the Instant product Sector of Nepal. In addition to it, the report also talks about economic conditions of and future forecast of its current economic scenario and effect of its current policy changes in to its economy, reasons and implications on the growth of this sector.