Iran Customs Administration gave the exact value of non-oil exports in the nine-month period at $31.593 billion, Tasnim News Agency reported.
During the mentioned time span, Iran also imported goods worth $31.538 billion, which indicates a growth of 4.38 percent against the figure for the same period last year.
In recent years, Iran has stepped up efforts to increase non-oil exports and cut dependency on oil revenues.
In 2014, the country's exports of commodities and natural-gas condensate reached $50 billion, showing a 19 percent increase compared to the figure for the year before.
Iran's exports of service in diverse sectors, including tourism, engineering and transit also recorded a boom.