Considering its high production capacity and in line with supporting non-oil export development strategies, especially for high-value-added products both in terms of raw materials and processed goods, KFF Mills has made significant strides in the export market. It earned the distinction of becoming the first wheat exporter to Oman in 1396 (2017-2018) and has maintained a remarkable presence in international markets. It is the sole exporter of flour to Qatar and Djibouti. Additionally, KFF Mills has secured a place on the shelves of major supermarkets such as Lulu and Carrefour in Qatar over the past two years, signaling a new era in the flour industry.
The countries to which KFF Mills exports include:
KFF Mills imports the necessary grains for its domestic consumption. Furthermore, a portion of the company’s imports, intended for export to other countries, is brought into Iran. For this purpose, KFF Mills has constructed specialized grain storage silos with a capacity of 35,000 tons in Bandar-e Amirabad. Imported grains are first stored in these silos and then transported for domestic use to various parts of the country and for exports to southern ports via nearby rail lines.
With its transportation and storage facilities in the northern part of the country at Bandar-e Amirabad and the presence of factory silos in the southern city of Shiraz, KFF Mills is well-equipped for any form of business interaction, including grain imports, exports, and the final product, flour.