Importing stratgics products such as wheat, flour in food industry and gas and petrol in oil industry enables us to feel our country most essential needs.
Exporting our Watani products and finding market for it is not an easy job, but our country needs it,and we are the palyers to make it possible. Afghanistan fruits and vegetibles, either fresh or dried are quite uniqe.
We provide supply chain management platform, it's mean that we facilitate to find, deal, purchase and deleiver everything for everyone.
The Rahmanyan Trading Limited Company has been active in terms of importing and exporting different products for the past 20 years. This limited company has been directed by Alhaj Abdul Rahman Ahadi, the president, and Mr. Abdul Ghani Ahadi, the vice president. Rahmanyan Trading Limited Company is associated with EmadErfanAhadi Ltd, Rahmanyan Petroleum Ltd, FanusHerai Ltd, and EmranShokran Ltd., and the owners of the mentioned companies are part of the same family.
This giant major company has high reputation in the trading market of Afghanistan as the company has been appreciated by the Ministry of Commerce and Industries of Afghanistan many times. Since Rahmanyan Trading Limited Company demonstrate honesty and integrity in its business, the company has been developing on daily basis. The biographies of Alhaj Abdul Rahman Ahadi, president of the company, as well as Mr. Abdul Ghani Ahadi, the vice president of the company are provided below for further information.
Rahmanyan Trading .Co LTD leads by Ahadi Family, who has a lot of experienced and potential young traders.
RTLC has imported 1/4 of all petroleum products like, Gas, petrol, and engine oil used of Afghanistan
In our believe imported Wheat and fertilizers products are our most valuable activities amongst all act ivies in our firm
Afghanistan imports of Sugars and sugar confectionery was US$61.97 Million during 2016, according to the United Nations COMRADE database on international trade.
Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) said Thursday that the country will export nearly 300,000 tons of fresh fruits and vegetables to Russia as Moscow has applied customs duty exemption on Afghan products.