Sports Footwear: Importation decreased 3%

Between January and September 2017 and the same period in 2018, the value of imported sports footwear in Central American countries fell from $41.1 million to $39.8 million.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Import of sports shoes in Central America Al June 30th, 2019  

CentralAmericaDataINFORMACIÓN DE MERCADOS
Complete el formulario, en breve nos comunicaremos con usted:

Enviar

Need assistance? Contact us

(506) 4001-6423

Ask about the evolution of the industry or sector of your interest.

2008 - 2020 © CentralAmericaData Todos los derechos reservados

Figures from the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData: Click to interact with the graphicClick to interact with the graphic

From January to September 2018, countries in the region imported sneakers for $40 million, and 69% were bought by companies in Guatemala, Panama and Costa Rica.

Explore the data in the interactive display.

Regional Purchases Decline
Between January and September 2017 and the same period in 2018, the value of imported sports footwear in the countries of the region decreased by 3%, from $41.1 million to $39.8 million.

Guatemala, main importer
In the first nine months of 2018, the main buyer in the region was Guatemala, with $13.4 million, followed by Panama, with $7.1 million, Costa Rica, with $6.8 million, El Salvador, with $6.4 million, Honduras, with $5.2 million, and Nicaragua, with $900 thousand.

Main suppliers
From January to September last year, 25% of the value imported into the region was from China, 9% from Vietnam, 6% from the US and 4% from Indonesia.

China is the market of origin of imports that has decreased the most in the months concerned in the last seven years, since in 2012 it represented 47% of total purchases in Central America, and in 2018 that proportion fell to 25%.

Do you need more information about your business sector?

Request more information:








this site is protected by reCAPTCHA and Google's privacy policy and terms of service.
Need assistance? Contact us
(506) 4001-6423


More on this topic

Footwear: In Which Markets Did Imports Fall the Most?

February 2020

Between January and September 2019, Central America spent $462 million on footwear and parts imports, 5% less than in the same period in 2018, with Costa Rica and Honduras being the markets that recorded the most significant reductions.

Figures from the Trade Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData: [GRAFICA caption="Click to interact with graphics"]

Sports Footwear: Less Purchases in 2018

July 2019

Between 2017 and 2018, the value of imported sports footwear in Central American countries decreased from $62.8 million to $58.4 million.

Figures from the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData: [GRAFICA caption="Click to interact with graphic]

Footwear: Purchases Increase from Vietnam and Mexico

November 2018

Between January and June 2018, the region imported footwear and related parts for $313 million, and purchases to Vietnam and Mexico increased 34% and 3%, respectively.

Figures from the information system of the Footwear Market and Related Parts in Central America, from the Trade Intelligence Area of CentralAmericaData: [GRAFICA caption="Click to interact with graphic"]

Footwear: Trade in Central America

July 2018

Between January and March 2018 the region imported $168 million worth of footwear and parts, and purchases in Vietnam and Brazil increased by 14% and 4%, respectively.

Figures from the information system on the Market for Footwear and parts in Central America, compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData: [GRAFICA caption = "Click to interact with graph"]

 close (x)

Receive more news about Exports & imports

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones


Looking for Importers and distributors of furniture

Mexican manufacturer of office furniture seeks importers and distributors interested in dealing their products in Central America.
PM Steele is a 100% Mexican company, with more than 67...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 6)
Dow Jones
-5.60%
S&P 500
-5.10%
Nasdaq
-5.64%

Commodities

(Apr 9)
Brent Crude Oil
35.88
Coffee "C"
118.8
Gold
1,737
Silver
15.910