Malawi Import Data

Malawi imported goods worth USD 2.9 billion in 2019, an increase from USD 2.7 billion reported in the previous year. As per Malawi import data, Malawi was 153rd world’s largest importer country in 2019.

Malawi trade data shows Malawi majorly imports goods such as food, petroleum products, semi-manufactured stuffs, consumer goods and transportation equipment. At 2-digit level Harmonized System Code, Malawi’s top imports are machinery, printed books & newspapers, electrical machinery & equipment, mineral fuels & oils, fertilisers, pharma products and plastics. As per Malawi import statistics, Malawi also majorly imports iron & steel and related articles.

Malawi customs data and analysis reports based on actual shipment records show Malawi’s largest import sources are China, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, India, United Kingdom and Netherlands.

  
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Malawi Import Data

Malawi Import Data contains customs-based details of shipments which enter into the country through all modes of transport. As we have Malawi customs data available from 2018 to present, Malawi trade data covers 600000+ shipment records and 34000+ Malawian importers.

Based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices and other import-export documents, we collect Malawi shipment data from the most authorized sources including Custom Authorities, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Agencies, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. This helps provide complete and clean Malawi import statistics with real-time information.

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Malawi Import Data

Malawi Import Data contains a wide line fields including Date, Importer Name, Importer Address, Importer City, Supplier Name, Supplier Address, Export Country, Origin Country, HS Code, Product Description, Quantity, Gross Weight, Net Weight, Total Value MWK, Total Value USD, Port Name and so on. Malawi trade data is a type of Customs Data, which covers entire information on shipments enter into the country through all shipment transport modes. Check Malawi import data sample and understand exact format of Malawi customs data.

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Date 04-Aug-2020 Importer Name ****
Importer Address **** Importer City ****
Supplier Name **** Supplier Address ****
Export Country Japan Origin Country Japan
HS Code 87032220 Product Description Used Toyota Axio
Quantity 1 Gross Weight KG 1405
Net Weight KG 1130 Total Value MWK 1874256
Total Value USD 2500 Port Name Songwe Border

Malawi Imports

Malawi’s Top 10 Imports

As per Malawi import data, Malawi’s top 10 imports in 2019 were Machinery (9.9%), Printed Books & Newspapers (9.6%), Electrical Machinery & Equipment (8%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (7.8%), Fertilisers (7.3%), Vehicles (7.3%), Pharma Products (5.9%), Iron & Steel Articles (4.4%), Plastics (3.9%) and Iron & Steel (2.5%).

Malawi customs data shows, Malawi’s top 10 import categories accounted for 66.6% to overall value of shipments recorded in 2019. Malawi majorly imports food, petroleum products, semi-manufactured stuffs, consumer goods and transportation equipment at further classified of commodities. Below given chart shows dollar amount of Malawi’s top 10 import commodities recorded in 2019, as per Malawi import statistics.

Malawi’s Top 10 Imports

Malawi Import Partners

Malawi’s Top 10 Import Partners

As per Malawi import data, Malawi’s top 10 import partners in 2019 were China (USD 541 million), South Africa (USD 490 million), United Arab Emirates (USD 279 million), India (USD 256 million), United Kingdom (USD 224 million), Zambia (USD 105 million), Japan (USD 101 million), Kuwait (USD 86 million), Norway (USD 83 million) and Tanzania (USD 62 million).

Malawi trade data shows Malawi’s top 10 import partners accounted for 75.8% to overall value of import shipments reported in 2019. As per Malawi trade statistics, Malawi’s top 5 import partners China, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, India and United Kingdom shared more than 60% value to total imports. Below given chart shows percentage share of Malawi’s top 10 import sources registered in 2019.

Malawi’s Top 10 Import Partners

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