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Statistical analysis of import and export of construction machinery industry in the United States

Guide: in April 2011, the total inventory of construction machinery in the United States was $5.167 billion (including raw materials, intermediate products and finished products), an increase of 25.5% year-on-year. The growth rate of total inventory has increased steadily, providing sufficient backup resources for enterprise production. The following is the statistical analysis of the import and export of construction machinery in the United States. Exports remain stable

in April 2011, the total inventory of construction machinery in the United States was $5.167 billion (including raw materials, intermediate products and finished products), an increase of 25.5% year-on-year. The growth rate of total inventory has increased steadily, providing sufficient backup resources for enterprise production. The following is the statistical analysis of the import and export of construction machinery in the United States

exports maintained stable growth

in 2010, the total export value of the U.S. construction machinery industry increased by 27.88% compared with the previous year, reaching 16.42 billion US dollars. In 2010, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Chile and Brazil were the five markets with the largest export amount of construction machinery in the United States. Compared with 2009, the export amount (hereinafter referred to as the export amount) increased, and the overseas market gradually improved, among which Canada had a prominent growth rate in 2010. In the first four months of 2011, the export volume of construction machinery in the United States continued to grow. In April, the export of construction machinery in the United States was US $2.084 billion, an increase of 55.3% year-on-year; From January to April, the cumulative export was US $7.074 billion, with a year-on-year increase of 51.3%. Among them, Canada ranked first with us $2.14 billion, followed by Australia, Mexico, Chile and Brazil, and China ranked seventh with us $260million

in 2010, Canada was the main export market of American construction machinery, accounting for 31%. Followed by Australia, Mexico, Chile and Brazil, accounting for 9%, 8%, 6% and 5% respectively. Thus, its overseas market is mainly concentrated in the Americas

in 2010, the export of American construction machinery products to Europe increased by 23%, with a total amount of 1.88 billion US dollars; Exports to South America reached US $3.1 billion, an increase of 31%; Exports to Central America reached US $1.6 billion, an increase of 24% for ELG and idasso to develop light materials for Chery electric vehicles. In 2010, exports to Asia increased by 10% to US $2.2 billion; Exports to Oceania reached 1.6 billion US dollars, up 66%, becoming the region with the largest export growth. In particular, exports to Canada increased by 39% to US $5.1 billion. Africa was the only region with a decline in exports in 2010, with exports of only $934million, a year-on-year decrease of 5%

the growth rate of imports accelerated significantly

in 2010, the total market import value of the U.S. construction machinery industry increased by 29.96% over the previous year, reaching US $9.194 billion. Among them, Japan is the largest importer of construction machinery from the United States, with a total import value of $1.743 billion, an increase of 68.6% year-on-year. Followed by Mexico, Canada, Germany and China in the automation process of pressure testing machines, with imports of US $1.245 billion, US $1.231 billion, US $1.224 billion and US $595 million respectively. Although China ranks fifth and its import volume has increased by 25.31% year-on-year, it is not on the same order of magnitude as the top four countries in terms of import volume. From January to April 2011, the cumulative import amount was US $4.257 billion, an increase of 87.4% year-on-year, and the growth rate was significantly higher than that of the whole year of 2010. Among them, Japan is still the country with the largest import amount, amounting to US $947 million, followed by Canada, Mexico, Germany and the United Kingdom. China ranked sixth, with an import amount of US $270Million, an increase of 90.5% year-on-year

in terms of the proportion of imports, Japan is still ahead of other countries, up to 19%. Mexico accounts for 14%, Canada and Germany account for 13%, and China accounts for 6%

in the early and middle 1980s, Japanese construction machinery was an export-oriented industry dominated by exports, which generally accounted for more than 50% of the output value. For this reason, it also had trade friction with the United States and Europe. Since then, Japan has begun to set up construction machinery production bases abroad to reduce the export volume of domestic products with a small area

from the beginning of development, Japanese construction machinery has insisted on taking hydraulic excavators and small excavators as the leading products. At present, hydraulic excavators and small excavators have accounted for more than 50% of the output value of Japanese construction machinery, and the export share is also about 50%. Hydraulic and small excavators have high technical content and large barriers to entry, which is an important guarantee for Japanese construction machinery to occupy a place in the market of the United States, a powerful construction machinery manufacturing country. The above is the statistical analysis of the import and export of construction machinery in the United States

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