Zepol Releases 2010 U.S. Export Review | American Fastener Journal

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Posted Date: 01/10/2011

Report analyzes exporting trends for 29 major U.S. industry sectors from January through October 2010

Zepol Corporation, the leading trade intelligence company, announced the release of a report today analyzing recent export trends for 29 major U.S. industries. This report provides detailed information on 3-digit NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes and compares export trends to previous years as well as sheds light upon potential future developments. Click this link to download the free report or visit www.zepol.com.

4 Key Insights Found in the Report:
Canada and Mexico receive the highest value of exports from the U.S. with $200 and $129 billion respectively from January through October 2010.
All industry groups analyzed in the review posted positive value changes over last year; the average value growth was 23.48%.
Hit severely by the recession, Mineral and Ore exports have recovered well in 2010 and post the highest value change over last year with a 61.51% increase.
China is the third largest importer of U.S. exports; top products include soybeans, aircraft, and aluminum scrap.

“Exporters as well as importers will find this report a valuable tool for analyzing the trade market,” stated Paul Rasmussen, CEO & President of Zepol Corporation. “Derived from Zepol’s powerful trade intelligence tool, TradeView™, readers will gain knowledge of recent market trends and in depth analysis on industry specific export activities.”

For each 3-digit NAICS code, the review lists the top countries of destination, the top U.S. ports of departure, the current trade balance, value trends for the previous two years, and transportation methods used…

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