Brazil Export Data is a type of Customs Data, based on actual shipping records and import-export documents including Shipping Bills, Import Bills and Invoices. It covers company names, product specifications and other information on market components of Brazil. If you want to do business in Brazil, you will find Brazil trade data useful in finding the best prospects, evaluating growing industries and discovering new business opportunities.
We are committed to provide quality and industry-standard Brazil shipment data. To maintain the data standards, we collect Brazil export statistics from authorized sources including Brazilian Custom Departments, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. We have Brazil customs data available from 2010 to present that will help you to get a bigger picture of Brazil’s past & present export scenario.
Brazil Export Data contains a wide range column including Date, HS Code, Product Description, Exporter, Buyer, Destination Country, Quantity, Value, Weight, Loading Place, Shipping Method and many more. Whether you are looking for exporters in Brazil or want to expand business in Brazil or potential industries in Brazil or anything else; Brazil trade data is best informative source to get a complete picture of Brazil’s business. Check Brazil export data sample and see full list of fields available in data.
|Exporter Name||****||Exporter Address||****|
|Importer Name||****||Importer Address||****|
|Importer Country||United Kingdom (GB)||Continent||Europe|
|Exporter Country||Brazil (BR)||HS Code||21011110|
|HS Product||Soluble coffee, including decaffeinated|
|Product Description||3 X 40 Containers Containing 9600 Boxes Of Coffee Soluble 200 Grams|
|Gross Weight||76836||Origin Port||Itapoa|
|Unlading Port||London (GB)||Origin Place||Itapoa|
|Transport Mode||Maritime||Port of Destination||London|
From the most complete Brazil export database, we reveal Brazil’s top 10 exports in 2020 – Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits (13.8%), Ores, Slag & Ash (13.7%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (11.7%), Meat and Edible Meat Offal (7.5%), Sugars & Sugar Confectionery (4.2%), Iron & Steel (4.2%), Machinery (4.1%), Vehicles (4.1%), Cereals (3.2%) and Residues & Waste from Food Industries (3.1%). According to Brazil export statistics, Brazil’s top 10 export commodities accounted for 69.6% to overall value of export shipments recorded in 2020.
Based on Brazil trade statistics, sugar plus sugar confectionery was the fastest grower among the top 10 export categories, up by 64.9% year over year since 2019. The leading decliner among Brazil’s top 10 export categories was machinery including computers via a -30.3% drop. We bring the most accurate Brazil trade data that help you analyze dollar amount of Brazil’s top 10 export products given in chart.
Based on Brazil export data and analytics reports, Brazil’s top 10 export partners in 2020 were China (USD 67.6 billion), United States (USD 21.6 billion), Argentina (USD 8.4 billion), Netherlands (7.3 billion), Canada (USD 4.2 billion), Japan (USD 4.1 billion), Germany (USD 4.1 billion), Spain (USD 4.0 billion), Chile (USD 3.8 billion) and Mexico (USD 3.8 billion).
According to Brazil trade data, Brazil’s top 10 export partners shared 61.6% to total value of exports in 2020. From a continental perspective, 52.8% of Brazil exports by value were delivered to Asian countries while 16.8% were sold to European importers. As per Brazil shipment data, Brazil shipped another 14.1% worth of commodities to North American countries. Smaller percentages went to Latin America (12.1%), Africa (3.8%) and Oceania (0.4%).