A Customs Type, Namibia Export Data is useful in monitoring shipments of companies, analyzing competitive edge, discovering new potential industries and getting a complete picture of country’s export developments. Namibia trade data is based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices and other import-export documents. We have Namibia shipment data and trade statistics available from Jan 2019 to present.
We collect Namibia export data from Custom Departments, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities, Trade Associations and Government Agencies and we are able to provide authentic Namibia trade data.
As per Namibia export data, Namibia’s top 10 exports in 2020 were Copper & Articles (32.3%), Pearls & Precious Stones (21.4%), Ores, Slag & Ash (13.9%), Fish & Crustaceans (11%), Live Animals (1.5%), Machinery (1.4%), Inorganic Chemicals (1.4%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (1.3%), Vehicles (1.2%) and Salt, Sulphur, Earths & Stones (1.1%).
From Namibia shipment data analysis, we found that Namibia’s top 10 export commodities accounted for 85% to overall value of shipments reported in 2020. As per Namibia export statistics, inorganic chemicals represent the fastest grower among the top 10 export categories, up by 305.3% in value from 2019 to 2020. In second place for improving export sales was wood via a 22.6% gain. Namibia’s shipments of copper a 6.9% increase. Namibia trade data shows the leading decliner among Namibia’s top 10 export categories was live animals thanks to a -43% drop year over year.
On the basis of Namibia export data, Namibia’s top 10 export partners in 2020 were China (USD 1,954 million), South Africa (USD 832 million), Botswana (USD 458 million), Belgium (USD 299 million), Spain (USD 264 million), Zambia (USD 242 million), DR Congo (USD 150 million), Germany (USD 134 million), United Arab Emirates (USD 115 million) and Netherlands (USD 101 million).
Namibia trade statistics show Namibia’s top 10 export partners accounted for 84% to overall value of shipments reported in 2020. As per Namibia customs data, 43.1% of Namibia’s exports by value were delivered to Asian countries while 33.1% were exported to importers in fellow African nations. Namibia shipped another 20.3% worth of goods to Europe. Smaller percentages went to North America (2.9%), Latin America (0.2%) then Oceania (0.1%).