Fertilizer being transported to Kathmandu from Tatopani Customs after 11 months


SINDHUPALCHOWK, APRIL 19: Chemical fertilizer imported from China is being transported to Kathmandu from the Tatopani Customs Office. The fertilizer, which has been stored in a warehouse for the past 11 months, will be transported to Kathmandu after the completion of the necessary process by Trans Silk, the company getting a contract to import fertilizer.

According to the Tatopani Customs Office, a total of 3,500 tonnes of chemical fertilizer has been sent to Kathmandu after the agreement between Agriculture Materials Company and Trans Silk.

Chief of Tatopani Customs Office, Dayanand KC, said out of 3,500 tonnes of chemical fertilizer, more than 1,200 tonnes of fertilizer has reached Kathmandu so far. The remaining amount of chemical fertilizer would reach Kathmandu as soon as it is in the customs clearance process.