Kenya, a country in Eastern Africa, ranked 103 in global exports during 2019. According to Kenya export data and statistics, Kenya’s exports totalled USD 5,836 million, down from 2018’s USD 6,049 million. Get a wider picture of Kenya’s export market from the best and accurate Kenya export statistics.
Major export commodities of Kenya in 2019 were Coffee, Tea, Mate & Spices (22.94%), Live Trees & Other Plants (11.03%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (7.74%), Not Knitted or Crocheted Apparel or Clothing (3.96%), Edible Vegetables & Certain Roots (3.85%), Edible Fruits & Nuts (3.5%), Ores, Slag & Ash (3.35%), Animal or Vegetable Fats & Oils (2.36%), Iron & Steel (2.31%) and Machinery (2.26%).
Kenya’s top 10 exports accounted for 63.3% of the overall value of its global shipments recorded in 2019. As per Kenya trade data, oil seeds represent the fastest grower among the top 10 export categories, up by 240% from 2018 to 2019. In second place, not knitted or crocheted clothing & accessories posted the fastest gain in value by 92.1%.The leading decliner among Kenya’s top 10 export categories was coffee, tea & spices, which a recorded a drop in value by -62.2%.
The largest export destinations of Kenya in 2019 were Uganda (USD 624 million), United States (USD 508 million), Netherlands (USD 470 million), Pakistan (USD 443 million) and United Kingdom (USD 391 million).
According to Kenya trade statistics, these countries accounted for 41.8% to overall value of shipments recorded in 2019. From a continental perspective, 35.2% of Kenya’s exports by value were delivered to African countries while 30.5% were sold to importers in Asia. Another 24% worth of goods were exported to European buyers. Smaller percentages recorded from North America (8.4%), Latin America excluding Mexico but including the Caribbean (0.9%) and Australia (0.5%).
Kenya Export Data is based on Shipping Bills, Invoices, Import Bills and other documents required in import-export business. From company names to actual product description, every shipment detail is covered in data which is essential to analyze the market.
We collect Kenya trade data from the most genuine sources including Kenyan Customs, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. Data is available up to 8 digit level HS Code and from Jan 2018.
Export data of Kenya is useful for businesses as it covers every shipping detail from company names to actual product description. Below given samples will make you understand which fields are covered in data.
|EXPORTER NAME||MARA FARMING LIMITED||TOTAL VALUE KES||180000|
|EXPORTER ADDRESS||1099 00502 NAIROBI CITY SOUTH||PORT OF DISCHARGE||NEX|
|AGENT NAME||GATLINK INVESTIMENTS LIMITED||UNIT||kg|
|AGENT ADDRESS||40252 80100 MOMBASA||PACKAGE TYPE||CR|
|EXPORTER NAME||ALEX GITONGA NDUBI||TOTAL VALUE KES||45000000|
|EXPORTER ADDRESS||116 60100 EMBU||PORT OF DISCHARGE||NEX|
|AGENT NAME||BULE & SONS FREIGHT SERVICES||UNIT||KG|
|AGENT ADDRESS||99018 MOMBASA||PACKAGE TYPE||BG|
|COMMECIAL DESCRIPTION||3750 BAGS OF MACADAMIA NUTS(INSHELL)||YEAR||2018|