South Africa export data is represented in the form of South Africa shipment data. The data consists of different fields and reveals different information on a particular outbound shipment. The major fields are – Date, HS Code, HS Code Description, Origin & Destination Country, Quantity, Value, etc. The information(s) we provide is sourced from authorized South African Trade Associations, Government Bodies, Customs Departments, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities, and other authoritative links. South Africa export data is available from January 2013 to the present.
South Africa shipment data is consisting of different fields. The different information we are getting from the fields is such as the description of the concerned HS code, origin & destination country, the quantity of the product, and the value of the product. Look at the South Africa export data on the right.
|Hs Code Description||Ball Bearings|
|Product Description||Ball Or Roller Bearings; Ball Bearings; Ball Bearings|
|Country Of Origin Name||South Africa||Country Of Destination Name||Mauritius|
|Port Type||Sea||Country Of Origin||Za|
|Country Of Destination||Mu||Region Or Province||Kwazulu-Natal|
|Port Of Destination Exit Name||Durban||District Office Name||Durban|
|Transport Code Description||Maritime||Statistical Quantity||4|
|Customs Value||142||Customs Value (Usd)||12.18|
|Unit Price||36||Unit Price (Usd)||3.08|
South Africa top exports for 2020 include Pearls, Stones and Metals with a share of 23.2% ($20 Billion), Ores, Slag and Ash with a share of 14.8% ($12.8 Billion), Vehicles with a share of 9.8% ($8.4 Billion), Mineral Fuels and Oils with a share of 8% ($6.9 Billion), Industrial Machinery with a share of 5.7% ($4.9 Billion), and so on, as per the South Africa export statistics for the year 2020.
South Africa export data shows the top exports were made for ‘Pearls, Stones and Metals’. The businesses dealing in this sector are more likely to have a better chance of having good outcomes. South Africa trade data on the right shows that the least exports were made for ‘Chemical Products’. The businesses dealing in this sector do have to consider the uncertainties. The factors for the low demand of this product can be studied through South Africa export data for the year 2020.
South Africa major export partners for 2020 are China with a share of 11.4% ($9.7 billion total exports), the USA with a share of 8.3% ($7.1 billion total exports), Germany with a share of 8.2% ($7 billion total exports), the UK with a share of 4.9% ($4.2 billion total exports), Japan with a share of 4.4% ($3.8 billion total exports), and so on, according to the South Africa export statistics of 2020.
As per South Africa export data, ‘China’ was the top exporting partner in the year 2020. South Africa exported ores, slag, & ash the highest, followed by iron & steel, and copper & articles, as per South Africa trade data. According to the sources, both the countries started receiving a high rise in trade values with each other since both countries established a relationship with each other in 1998. Look at South Africa export statistics on the left and observe the figures.