About Us

1. What does Scandinavianexport mean?

We are oriented for the production of woolen products for the specific purpose only but also we manufacture the different kind of woolen and silk items which can be suitable for the use of Men/Women and child. So, we called as Scandinavianexport. And, by the means of manufacturer, Wholesaler and Exporter of Woolen in Nepal it will be somewhat incomplete if do not append Nepal after Scandinavianexport.

2. What are our objectives?

Scandinavianexport has always positive aspects towards our customers. And, we always take care about what our customer want? So, the main objective of Scandinavianexport is to spread the woolen fashion to all over the world with best quality. Also, Nepal is known as the specialist for manufacturing the woolen items, we don't want to minimise this fame but we always afford to give the best quality in cheapest price as much as possible.

3. What We do?

It is well defined and needless to say that we are the Manufacturer, Wholesaler and Exporter of different woolen and silk products in Nepal. Also, we manufacture the handknitting products and export to all over the world.

4. Why to choose us?

- Having own Factory
- Having own Showroom
- Having Punctuality
- Money back Guaranty if you are not satisfied accoding as your order
- Free Sample products and CDs , brochure etc.

Please, contact us for the more details about us.

Facts about Nepal

Capital : Kathmandu

Language: Nepali (official) & 20 other languages divided into numerous dialects. Derived from Sanskrit, Nepali is related to the Indian language, Hindi, and is spoken by about 90 percent of the population in either native or second language fluency. Many Nepalese in government and business also speak English.


Nepal has no reserves of oil or gas, and only small coal reserves. Commercial energy consumption in Nepal is made up of hydroelectricity, coal, and oil products. Noncommercial energy sources, such as wood, animal wastes, and crop residues, account for a significant share of the country's total energy consumption. Nepal is a net energy importer. Oil is the main import and in 1998 it is estimated that Nepal imported 10,000 barrels of oil per day for products such as kerosene, diesel, jet fuel, gasoline.

Swift rivers flowing south through the Himalayas have massive hydroelectricity potential to service domestic needs and the growing demand from India. Hydropower exports are one of the major domestic resources which can fuel economic growth in Nepal, but development of these resources requires significant capital investment. Nepal's installed electric generating currently is around 300 megawatts (MW). Only a small share (around 1%) of Nepal's potential hydroelectric power capacity currently is being exploited. Potentially, Nepal could be a large net power producer and exporter and private investment in hydropower development is growing rapidly. Hydro projects currently under construction in Nepal should nearly double the country's total generating capacity over the next two years. At present, however, the country faces frequent power outages and shortages (yet another obstacle to economic growth), while only around 15% of the country's population has access to electricity.

Renewable energy, including micro-hydro, biomass, solar energy, etc. are gaining popularity in Nepal, particularly in remote regions of the country. Rural electrification is a main priority of Nepal's current Five-Year Plan. This will involve expanding the country's transmission and distribution grid, and possibly installing thousands of solar power units -- particularly in remote areas of the country -- over the next several years.


Nepal's environmental challenges are largely a consequence of its dependence on fuel derived from wood, and the expansion of agricultural lands through non-sustainable development methods. This includes removing trees without measures for replanting, which results in widespread deforestation and soil erosion. Water pollution and contaminated water also presents human health risks.

Major natural hazards in Nepal include severe thunderstorms, flooding, landslides, drought, as well as famine resulting from the timing, intensity, and duration of the summer monsoons. Nepal is also an earthquake prone area due to the Himalayas.








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