Thailand import data is represented in the form of Thailand shipment data, and it consists of different fields containing different information. The major fields are – Date, HS Code, HS Code Description, Quantity, Value, Origin Country, etc.
The information(s) we provide is sourced from authorized Thai Port Authorities, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Trade Associations, Customs Departments, Government Bodies, and other authoritative links. Thailand import data is available from January 2010 to the present as per our databases.
Thailand shipment data on the right shows the information on the particular shipment entering the country. The fields reveal different information such as the description of the concerned HS code, the quantity of the product, and country of the origin. Look at the Thailand import data.
|Hs Code Description||Parts Of Generators (Including Generating Sets) Of Heading 85.01 Or 85.02, Of An Output Of 12,500 Kva Or More|
|Value (Thai Bhat)||6281009||Origin County||China|
Thailand major imports in 2020 were Electronics with a share of 20.8% ($43.4 Billion), Mineral Fuels and Oils with a share of 13.8% ($28.8 Billion), Industrial Machinery with a share of 12.4% ($26 Billion), Vehicles with a share of 4.5% ($9.5 Billion), Iron and Steel with a share of 4.4% ($9.3 Billion), and so on, as per the Thailand import data.
Thailand trade data on the right shows that the top imports were for ‘Electronics’, while the least imports were for ‘Chemicals’. The conclusion that can be drawn from this part of the observation from Thailand import statistics is that the businesses in the first sector will be able to have much better conduct of the operations as compared to the second sector. The factors contributing to the high and low demand can be studied through Thailand import statistics of 2020.
The top import partners of Thailand as per the Thailand import statistics of 2020 were China with a share of 24% ($50.2 billion total imports), Japan with a share of 13.3% ($27.8 billion total imports), the USA with a share of 7.3% ($15.1 billion total imports), Malaysia with a share of 5% ($10.3 billion total imports), Taipei with a share of 4% ($8.2 billion total imports), and so on.
According to the Thailand import data on the left, the top importing partner of Thailand was ‘China’. As per the Thailand trade data, the top imported products of Thailand from China were electronics and industrial machinery.
Since 2010, according to sources, China is the biggest importing partner for Thailand. The data above is derived from the Thailand import statistical data. Look at the figures in the chart and observe.