Turkey Customs Data is a collection of statistics and facts that are based on shipping bills, import bills, invoices and other import-export documents required in trading goods across international borders.
We provide exclusive Turkey customs data that is important for your business to grow and achieve many milestones.
We have Turkey customs data available from 2008 to present that will help you compare and analyse current shipping records from the previous years.
Turkey customs data reveals.
Turkey customs data reported imported goods worth USD 271 billion in 2021. Turkey’s imports ranked 25th worldwide, as per Turkey Customs Data.
Turkey Customs data contain company names, product specifications and other Turkey trade data. Look at samples to find out the full list of columns covered in Turkey Customs data.
According to Turkey customs data and bill of landing data, the country recorded an increase in value of total imports in 2010 and 2011. In 2012, the figures declined, which again rose in 2013. After which, value of import shipments declined for three consecutive years. With a rise in 2017, the import value of total commodities fell in 2018 and 2019. See chart and table to know values of Turkish customs data recorded from 2010 to 2019.
Turkey import customs data shows that the country’s top 10 import partners in 2019 were Russia (USD 22.3 billion), China (USD 18.3 billion), Germany (USD 17.9 billion), United States (USD 11.0 billion), Italy (USD 8.6 billion), India (USD 6.5 billion), France (USD 6.3 billion), South Korea (USD 5.6 billion), United Kingdom (USD 5.4 billion) and United Arab Emirates (USD 4.3 billion).
According to Turkey import data (shipment), Turkey’s top import partners accounted for 53.3% to overall value of shipments in 2019. See chart to know percentage share of these countries.
Turkey customs import data shows that the country’s top 10 import partners in 2019 were Russia (USD 22.3 billion), China (USD 18.3 billion), Germany (USD 17.9 billion), United States (USD 11.0 billion), Italy (USD 8.6 billion), India (USD 6.5 billion), France (USD 6.3 billion), South Korea (USD 5.6 billion), United Kingdom (USD 5.4 billion) and United Arab Emirates (USD 4.3 billion).
According to Turkey import shipment data, Turkey’s top import partners accounted for 53.3% to overall value of shipments in 2019. See chart to know percentage share of these countries.
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