Australian Import Database - Latest Import Data 2023

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ten data blog02-11-2023

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Australian Import and Export Data

Australian Import and Export data covers detailed information on goods arriving at Australian ports by all modes of transportation (sea, air and road). We provide comprehensive data charts and graphs online to help global businesses visualize data and gain a comprehensive understanding of the Australian market.

In September 2023, Australia's imports of goods increased by 7.5% YoY to a record high of A$38.84 billion.

Capital goods purchases surged 23.3% to A$10.20 billion, driven by industrial transportation equipment (73.8%), machinery and industrial goods. equipment (10.2%) and other capital goods (-15.9%). In addition, imports of intermediate and other goods increased by 3.4% to A$15.92 billion, driven by organic and inorganic chemicals (27.7%), parts of other capital goods (1.8%) and fuels and lubricants (1.7%). Consumer goods purchases grew by 0.3% to AED 11.88 billion, led by textiles, clothing and footwear (3.6%). In addition, non-monetary gold imports jumped 39.7% to A$834 million.

Australia's top 10 import categories accounted for 62.74% of total September imports.

Australia's Top 10 Imports In September 2023

1. Fossil fuels (including petroleum) (A$46.1 billion)

2. Machinery including computers (A$39.3 billion)

3. Vehicles (A$35.7 billion)

4. Electrical machinery and equipment (A$29.5 billion)

5. Pharmaceuticals (A$13 billion)

6. Optical, technical, medical equipment (A$9.4 billion)

7. Gems and precious metals (A$8.1 billion)

8. Plastics and plastic products (A$7.7 billion)

9. Iron and steel products (A$6.4 billion)

10. Furniture, bedding and lighting shipments (A$5.7 billion)

Australian trade data covers information on shipments of goods imported into the country. Whether you want to know the number of trades, trade prices, trade quantities, trade weights, etc., you can get detailed data.

Australia's top 10 import partners accounted for 75.4% of the total value of imports in September 2023, according to Australian import data.

Australia's Top Import Partners In September 2023

1. china (25.88% of total imports)

2. the United States (10.24%)

3. South Korea (7.77%)

4. Japan (7.06%)

5. Malaysia (5.37%)

6.Germany (4.98%)

7. Thailand (4.62%)

8. Singapore (3.97%)

9. Taiwan (2.91%)

10. India (2.62%)

Australia imports data can help companies spot market trends, identify business opportunities and track competitor shipment details. The data also covers direct contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses for Australian companies and their key decision makers. Visit our online platform and explore full statistics on the Australian imports market.

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