Mexico Import Data

Mexico import data shows Mexico is the 12th biggest importer country globally and second in the North America.Mexico’s purchases of goods valued USD 467.2 billion in 2019, a marginal rise of 0.6% from the previous year.

Mexico with the United States and Canada signed a treaty, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which came into force 1st Jan 1994. Explore Mexico import statistics with samples and understand what we provide in Mexico customs data.

Mexico import data

What Does Mexico Import?

Mexico’s main import commodities are Electronics (20.28%), Machinery (16.54%), Vehicles (10.75%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (8.76%), Plastics (5.26%), Optical, Photographic, Medical Equipment (3.52%), Iron & Steel (2.3%), Articles of Iron & Steel (2.1%), Organic Chemicals (1.78%) and Aluminium (1.47%).

Based on Mexico’s population of 125.9 million people, total USD 467.2 billion in 2019 imports translates to roughly USD 3,700 in yearly product demand from every person living in this North American country.

According to Mexico trade data, Mexico’s top 10 import commodities accounted for about 73% of the overall value of its product purchases from other nations in 2019.

Among top 10 import categories of Mexico, vehicles postedthe fastest growth of above 16% from 2018 to 2019. The other product categories to register a rise in the value were optical, photographic, medical equipment (7.9%) and articles of iron & steel (0.7%). And the severest decline in the value of product categories was -13.3% for organic chemicals.The following chart shows product groups represent the highest dollar value of Mexico’s import in 2019 as per import data of Mexico.

Mexico import products

Mexico’s Top 5 Import Partners

The top import sources of Mexico are – United States (USD 206.1 billion), China (USD 83.0 billion), Japan (USD 17.9 billion), Germany (USD 17.6 billion) and South Korea (USD 17.5 billion).

According to Mexico trade statistics, 73.3% of total commodities imported by the country were purchased from these top 5 countries in 2019. Region-wise, about half (46%) of Mexico’s total imports by value in 2019 were sourced from the United States and Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Another 35% worth of commodities were purchased from suppliers in Asia, while 11.6% worth of shipments originated from Europe.

Mexico import partners

About Mexico Import Data

Mexico import data is a package of complete information on shipments, which enter into the country via all modes of transport. It gives detailed overview of Mexican buyers who purchase goods and overseas exporters who supply goods to them.

We source and gather information on Mexico imports from Mexican Customs, Logistics & Shipping Companies, Port Authorities, Government Bodies, Trade Associations and other business networks. Every shipment detail is based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices, Bill of Lading Data and other trade related documents filled by companies.

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Data Field Statistical Both Side (All Modes) Both Side (Sea Mode Only)
HS Code 2, 4, 6 & 8 Digit Level 8 Digit Level Only 2, 4, 6 & 8 Digit Level
Product Description Standard Actual Actual
Company Names No Covers Both Mexican Importers & Foreign Exporters Covers Both Mexican Importers & Foreign Exporters
Transport Mode All Modes (Sea, Air & Land) All Modes (Sea, Air & Land) Sea Mode Only
Historical Data Available (Since 2010) Available (Since 2010) Available (Since 2010)
Subscription Available ( Monthly, Half-Yearly, Annually ) Available ( 4 Months, Half-Yearly, Annually ) Available ( Monthly, Half-Yearly, Annually )
Major Data Fields Date, HS Code, HS Code Description, Quantity, Value, Transport, Origin Country, etc. Date, HS Code, Product Description, Mexican Importer, Foreign Exporter, Quantity, Value, Port, Transport, etc. Date, HS Code, Product Description, Mexican Importer, Foreign Exporter, Quantity, Value, Port, Transport, etc.

Samples of Mexico Import Data

We provide three types of Mexico import data – Statistical, Both Side (All Modes) and Both Side (Sea Mode Only). See samples of each data type to know and analyze which columns are available in which type.

Sample of Mexico Import Statistical Data - Type 1

Mexico Import Sample # Type 1
Year2018Fob (usd)58509
Month5Unit Price (usd)2.79
HS Code29071902Gross Weight (kg)21622
HS Code DescriptionP-tert-butylphenolTransportCARTER
Quantity21000Origin CountryU.S

Sample of Mexico Import Both Side Data - All Modes - Type 2

Mexico Import Sample # Type 2
Date02-01-2019HS Code10059003
Importer IDCME8909276S1Product DescriptionMaz Amarillo
Importer NameCargill De Mexico Sa De CvTransport TypeBy Sea
Importer AddressBosque De Ciruelos/168/PISO 3/Bosques De Las Lomas//B De Hayas Y B De CipresesUnitKilogram
Importer CityTlahuacCustoms/State/PortVeracruz, Veracruz, Veracruz
Importer StateDistrito FederalCIF Value (USD)5130277.1
Foreign Supplier NameCargill IncorporatedGross Weight28422145
Supplier AddressMcginty Road WestCommercial UnitTons
Supplier CityWayzataCommercial Quantity28422.14
Origin CountryUnited States Of AmericaQuantity28422145

Samples of Mexico Import Both Side Data - Sea Mode Only - Type 3

Mexico Import Sample # Type 3
Date08-01-2019HS Code27101903
Importer IDVIM0108105N3Product DescriptionGrasa Lubricant
Mexican Importer NameVolvo Industrial DE Mexico Sa De CvTransport TypeBy Sea
Importer AddressLago De Guadalupe 289 Exrancho La Cadena Hda Portales Y CartagenaQuantity25
Importer CityTultitlanUnitLitre
Importer StateMexicoCIF Value (USD)350
Foreign Supplier NameVolvo Parts CorporationGross Weight64988.3
Origin CountrySwedenCommercial UnitPiece
Commercial Quantity25Customs/State/PortVeracruz, Veracruz, Veracruz

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