Electric Transformers Market in Central America

From January to September 2017, countries in the region imported $229 million worth of electrical transformers, and 43% were purchased by companies in Costa Rica and Panama.

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Variation of regional imports 
Between the first nine months of 2016 and 2017 the value of transformers and electric converters and reactor coils imported into Central America  went down by 6%, going from $244 million bought in 2016 to $229 million in 2017.

However, for the periods in question, the value imported from Mexico increased by 9%, going from $28 million in 2016 to $30 million in 2017. 

Imports by country 
Between January and September of 2017 the main importer was Costa Rica, with $51 million, followed by Panama, with $49 million, Guatemala, with $45 million, Honduras with $31 million, and Nicaragua and El Salvador, with $27 million each.

Origin of imports 
In 2016, 33% of the value imported from Central America came from the USA, 15% from China, 13% from Mexico, 5% from Italy, 5% from Colombia and 3% from Spain.

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Costa Rica Buys More Electrical Transformers

March 2018

From January to September 2017, companies in Costa Rica bought $51 million worth of electrical transformers from abroad, 28% more than in the same period in 2016.

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Guatemala Imports More Electric Cable from Mexico

October 2017

42% of the value of electrical cables imported in 2016 came from Mexico, while in 2012 that proportion barely reached 15% of the total.

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Imports of Electric Generators from Brazil Up

September 2017

In 2016 imports of electric motors and generators in Central America totaled $148 million, and purchases from the South American country grew 61% compared to 2015.

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Imports of Electric Transformers in Central America

June 2017

In 2016 Central America imported $311 million worth of transformers and electric converters, of which $39 million were purchased from Mexico, 11% more than in 2015.

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