Executive Briefings

Trends in U.S. Industrial Exports for January-October 2010 Analyzed

A review and analysis of export trends for 29 major U.S. industries is available from Zepol Corporation, a trade intelligence company. The report provides detailed information on 3-digit North American Industry Classification System codes and compares export trends to previous years as well as sheds light upon potential future developments. Click this link to download the free report.

Four Key Insights Found in the Report:

1.    Canada and Mexico receive the highest value of exports from the U.S. with $200bn and $129bn, respectively, from January through October 2010.

2.    All industry groups analyzed in the review posted positive value changes over last year; the average value growth was 23.48 percent.

3.    Hit severely by the recession, mineral and ore exports  recovered well in 2010 and post the highest value change over last year with a 61.51-percent increase.

4.    China is the third-largest importer of U.S. exports; top products include soybeans, aircraft and aluminum scrap.

For each 3-digit NAICS code, the review lists the top countries of destination, the top U.S. ports of departure, the current trade balance, value trends for the previous two years, and transportation methods used.

Source: Zepol Corp.

A review and analysis of export trends for 29 major U.S. industries is available from Zepol Corporation, a trade intelligence company. The report provides detailed information on 3-digit North American Industry Classification System codes and compares export trends to previous years as well as sheds light upon potential future developments. Click this link to download the free report.

Four Key Insights Found in the Report:

1.    Canada and Mexico receive the highest value of exports from the U.S. with $200bn and $129bn, respectively, from January through October 2010.

2.    All industry groups analyzed in the review posted positive value changes over last year; the average value growth was 23.48 percent.

3.    Hit severely by the recession, mineral and ore exports  recovered well in 2010 and post the highest value change over last year with a 61.51-percent increase.

4.    China is the third-largest importer of U.S. exports; top products include soybeans, aircraft and aluminum scrap.

For each 3-digit NAICS code, the review lists the top countries of destination, the top U.S. ports of departure, the current trade balance, value trends for the previous two years, and transportation methods used.

Source: Zepol Corp.