Guatemala: Imports of Lubricants from the US Down 6%

In 2016 the value of imports of lubricants from the United States fell by 6% compared to 2015, going from $96 million $90 million.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Importación de lubricantes a Guatemala To December 31st, 2016

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Changes in imports 
Between 2015 and 2016, the total imported value of lubricants in Guatemala did not vary significantly, however, the value purchased from the US fell by 6%, going from $96 million, equivalent to 37,961 tons in 2015, to $90 million in 2016, an amount for which the country received 36,761 tons.

Brand of imported product
During 2016 the three main brands of lubricants imported into Guatemala, according to total value purchased were Castrol, Shell and Quaker State. 

Origin of imports 
In 2016, 71% of the value imported from Guatemala came from the US, 11% from El Salvador, 5% from Mexico, 3% from Spain and 2% from the Netherlands.

Price of imports 
In the months between January 2012 and December 2016 the lowest average price per kilo was recorded in December 2013, with a price of $1.17 per kilo and the highest price was in November 2014, with $2.80 per kilo kilo.

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