Товарооборот в регионе деятельности Балтийской таможни

Foreign Trade via Baltic Customs Up 30%

  • Foreign trade turnover via the Baltic Customs made $18.2 bn in January-May 2021, up 31.5% year-on-year.

    During the first five months of the year, the number of cargo declarations issued made more than 150 thousand (+8.9%) including 131.6 thousand of import declarations (+7.1%) and 18.4 thousand of export declarations (+23.4%).

    The number of foreign trade agents active in the Baltic Customs’ zone grew by 5.2% year-on-year reaching 8 thousand.

    In terms of tonnage, over 12.5 mn tons of cargo was declared via the Baltic Customs, up 17% year-on-year. Import traffic was up 5.4% to 4.6 thousand tons, while export grew by 25.2% up to 7.9 mn tons.

    A significant share in the import volume was fruit accounting for 22.7%. Other top import commodities were inorganic chemical products, polymer materials, equipment, and ferrous metals.

    The top export commodities were ore, stag and ash (33.8%), fertilizers, timber and woodwork, salt, sulphur, soil and stones, and ferrous metals.

    The major countries of origin for import cargo in the Baltic Customs region in January-May 2021 were China, Ecuador, Germany, India, and Brazil.

    The top countries of destination for export via the Baltic Customs were China (its share made 37.8%), Brazil and Turkey.

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