The Colombia shipment data we provide represents all the shipment details about the shipments entering the country for any particular product. The shipment data consists of various fields related to Colombia customs data. The major fields are - Date, Product Description, HS Code, Origin Country, Quantity, Unit, Total Value USD, Port Name, etc.
The information(s) we provide is sourced from authorized Customs Departments, Trade Associations, Government Bodies, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities and other authoritative links. Colombia import data is available from January 2008 to present. Total number of shipment records of Colombia present in our database are 2,000,000+ and total importers are 32,000+.
Colombia shipment data on the right hand side consist of different fields and through those fields, we obtain the information on Colombia customs data about any particular country and even product. The fields give us information about the kind of transportation used to import, importer and exporter name and their addresses, country of origin along with the product’s description and details on its quantity and value. Colombia import data on the right hand side explains that.
|Importer Name||*****||Importer Address||*****|
|Supplier Name||*****||Supplier Address||*****|
|Origin Country||Brazil||Sales Country||Brazil|
|HS Code Description||Plastic and articles thereof Other articles of plastic and articles of other materials of headings 39.01 to 39.14.- Other: Noise protection|
|FOB Value (USD)||26649.61||Total Value (USD)||28246.74|
|Transport Mode||Sea||Port of Discharge||Cartagena|
Colombia main imports in 2020 were Industrial Machinery and Parts ($5.1 billion total imports), Electronics ($4.9 billion total imports), Vehicles ($3.4 billion total imports), Pharmaceutical Products ($2.5 billion total imports), Mineral Fuels and Oils ($2.2 billion total imports), Plastics and Articles ($2 billion total imports), Cereals ($1.9 billion total imports), Organic Chemicals ($1.8 billion total imports), Optical, etc. Instruments ($1.4 billion total imports), Iron and Steel ($1.1 billion total imports) as per the import statistics of Colombia on the right side.
According to the trade statistics of Colombia, the main imports were for ‘Industrial Machinery and Parts’. While the least demanded imports were for ‘Iron and Steel’. Through the Colombia trade data, we can conclude that the businesses dealing in the first sector can have good fortunes and outcomes but businesses in the other sector will have to consider the uncertainty and the operations related to its trade.
Colombia’s main import partners are USA with a share of 24.5% ($10,634.1 Million), China with a share of 23.9% ($10,398.8 Million), Mexico with a share of 6.7% ($2,925.8 Million), Brazil with a share of 5.6% ($2,435.4 Million), Germany with a share of 3.8% ($1,643.8 Million), France with a share of 2.2% ($958.5 Million), India with a share of 2.2% ($936.9 Million), Japan with a share of 2% ($879.1 Million), Spain with a share of 1.8% ($798 Million), Ecuador with a share of 1.8% ($789.9 Million) according to the Colombia import data 2020.
Colombia customs data on the left side shows that top importing partner for Colombia is the USA. Colombia imports mineral fuels & oils, cereals, and industrial machineries the most from the USA. The Colombia-US Free Trade Agreement has allowed Colombia to import more refinery products and machinery which boost the level of production in Colombia along with cereals & coffee, allowing Colombia to meet all these products’ demand. Look at the Colombia trade data.