Kenya is a country in East Africa located on the coastline of the Indian Ocean. It includes many sites such as savannahs, Lakelands, the dramatic Great Rift Valley and mountain highlands. Apart from all this, Kenya is also a home to many animals such as lions, elephants and wildlife like rhinos. Nairobi, which is the capital of Kenya, allows Safaris from the capital take a trip to the Maasai Mara Reserve, known for its annual wildlife migration, and Amboseli National Park, offering views of Tanzania’s 5,895m Mount Kilimanjaro.
Kenya, which is a country in East Africa and it, is very famous for its all natural landscape and conservation of vast wildlife. Being on the coastline of the Indian Ocean, Kenya has provided many historically important ports, through which it enhances its trade with Arab and Asian countries and traders’ goods have been entering here for many centuries.
Kenya is the 101st largest export economy in the world in terms of exports and one of the 89th most complex economies, according to data collected by the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). As of 2017 data, Kenya exported approximately $6.17B and imported $17.1B; making a negative trade balance of $11B as a result of Kenya imports, export data. According to the figures obtained in 2017, Kenya’s total GDP was $79.3B and according to the figures its GDP per capita was $3.29k.
Collecting Kenya Import Export Data
Sources of data
We collect Kenya import export data directly from customs at the Kenyan border. We also get all these data from various other legal sources such as: – through port authorities, shipping and logistics companies, trade union data, government bodies
Method to collect data
Our import export data from Kenya is based on the following data correctly: Via Shipping Bill, Via Import Bill, via Invoice to be levied
Main fields of data
Collects data through many other means which are as follows –
By Date of Shipment, By HS Code, Product Description, Through Kenya Importer and Overseas Exporter Details, Quantity, and Price of Shipment, Port for Shipment, Mode of Shipment Arriving, Overseas and Country Shipment Details
Reasons to choose us for Kenya Import Export Data
The Kenya Import Export Data and Shipment Data provided by us are very useful for every business type.
- Data provide start-up for large corporate and every type of industry – importer, exporter, logistics and market researcher.
- Our data provides detailed information about buyer and supplier.
- We monitor business activities.
- Our data provide information about the methods of shipment (air, sea and road).
- We provide 100% authenticity of the data.
- We provide data available on HS codes at 2, 4, 6 and 8 digit levels.
- All data is updated monthly.
Kenya import data contains all types of data and information that enter the country by all modes of transport. We have all shipping records and lots of importers available to Kenya. Kenya Import data includes many things such as shipping bill of shipment, bill of import, invoice on shipment and many other types of documents are based on data by which companies move their products from one country to another. These data are used for
For data authenticity, we collect Kenya import statistics from original sources, including customs departments, port authorities, shipping and logistics companies, trade associations and government bodies. We provide historical Kenya import data available since 2018 which helps you compare the country’s import scenario.
Kenya import data consists of several key data
- Shipment date
- Importer and Importer’s address
- Supplier and supplier address
- Country of origin details
- HS code of the products
- Product Description & Quantity, & Unit,
- Total price in KES and Total price in USD
- Port of import
- Mode of Transport and Port of Shipment
Kenya’s Most Major Imports
According to the import data, Kenya’s most important import items in 2019 are as follows –
- Mineral fuels and oils (19.3%)
- Machinery (9.53%)
- Electrical machinery and related equipment (7.36%)
- Vehicles (7.02%)
- There are other products besides iron and steel (5.32%) –
- Cereals (4.98%)
- Import of Plastics (4.26%)
- Animal or vegetable fats and oils (3.26%)
- Pharmaceutical Products (3.24%)
- Paper and paperboard (2.26%)
Collecting data from Kenya’s imports shows that in 2019, imported goods accounted for 64.27% of the total imports made by Kenya. Plastics were the fastest growing import category among products imported by Kenya in 2019, showing a growth of 7.7% from 2018 to 2019. Machinery stood second with 5.1%. Mineral fuels and oil showed some moderation in major imports with -67.2%.
Kenya importing Partners
The major import partners of Kenya in the data obtained as of 2019 were China, India, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Japan. South Africa, the United States, Indonesia, Germany and Egypt were also involved.
Shipments from these countries accounted for 68% of the total value in Kenya, according to Kenya’s duty data and trade data as of data recorded in 2019. The trade data of Kenya shows that 67.5% of Kenya’s total imports were purchased from exporters.
Kenya export data
Kenya’s export data contains complete information on trade and transactions carried out by Kenya with companies around the world. Kenya Export data consists of export data based on shipping bills, bills of imports, invoices and other import-export documents. Kenya trade data includes full company description, product specification and all customs based details which are essential for organizations across the world.
We collect business data from customs departments, port authorities, shipping and logistics companies, trade associations and government bodies to collect data. All data filters each exported shipping details to provide a clean and accurate data.
The main exports of Kenya as of 2019 are-
- Coffee, tea, mate and spices (22.94%)
- Living trees and other plants (11.03%)
- Mineral fuels and oils (7.74%), .
- Garments (3.96%) (not knitted or crocheted garments)
- Edible vegetables and some roots (3.85%)
- Edible fruits and nuts (3.5%)
- Ore, Slag and Ash (3.35%)
- Animal or vegetable fats and oils (2.36%)
- Iron and Steel (2.31%) and Machinery (2.26%)
Kenya’s Major Export Partners
Kenya’s export partners as of 2019 data were Uganda, United States of America, Netherlands, Pakistan, and United Kingdom. Also included were the United Arab Emirates, Tanzania, Rwanda, Egypt and China.