A C S INTERNATIONAL GMBH exports to IFF HAZLET PLANT NEW JERSEY USA through the port of 42879, STADERSAND
IM WESERTAL 5
600 STATE HIGHWAY 36
|Bill of Lading||DMALHAJA00974|
|Port of Loading||42879, STADERSAND|
|Port of Discharge||4601, NEW YORK/NEWARK AREA, NEWARK, NJ|
|Vessel Name||BILBAO BRIDGE|
|Carrier Code||DMAL, DANMAR LINES LTD|
In 2013, total U.S. imports $2.744 trillion in both goods and services. This makes the U.S the world's second largest importer, after the EU.
More than 80% of U.S. imports are goods ($2.268 trillion). Slightly less than a third of this is industrial machinery and equipment ($681 billion). Of this, chemicals is the largest sub-category, at $61 billion. Next is fuel oil ($44 billion), petroleum products ($48 billion) and industrial supplies ($29 billion).
Capital goods is one fourth of all goods imported ($548 billion). This includes computers ($65 billion), computer accessories ($57 billion), and telecommunications equipment ($54 billion).
Nearly another quarter is consumer goods ($533 billion). Of this, cell phones is the largest ($90 billion), followed by pharmaceuticals ($84 billion) and apparel ($49 billion).
The fourth largest category was automotive vehicles, parts, and engines at $309 billion. Food, feeds, and beverages was the smallest category, at $115 billion. Americans import fish ($18 billion), fruit ($13 billion) and vegetables ($11 billion).
India's exports to America amounted to $43.3 billion or 1.9% of overall US imports.
By collecting the ocean freight bill of lading for all U.S. imports in our database, US Imports provides unprecedented access to near real-time information on virtually every industry and company importing goods into the country.
For each shipment entering the U.S. by ocean, we provide access to the following information.
|Consignee||The company importing the shipment into the U.S.|
|Consignee Address||The address of the company importing the shipment into the U.S.|
|Shipper||The overseas company exporting the shipment to the U.S.|
|Shipper Address||The address of the overseas company exporting the shipment to the U.S.|
|Product Description||The exporter's description of the shipment as it appears on the bill of lading or shipping manifest|
|Gross Weight||The gross weight of the shipment, excluding the weight of the actual container. This can appear in either pounds or kilograms at the discretion of the exporter|
|Number Of Units||The quantity of boxes customs would find if they were to open the shipment for inspection.|
|Volume||The volume of the shipment, generally defined in cubic meters or container base measurements (CBM)|
|Arrival Date||The date the shipment arrives within the customs territory of the U.S.|
|Foreign Port||The last port the shipment passes through before arriving in the U.S.|
|Country Of Origin||The country of the last foreign port the shipment passes through before arriving in the U.S.|
|U.S. Port||The U.S. port where the shipment enters the customs territory of the U.S.|
|Carrier Code||The four digit Standard Carrier Alpha Code of the ocean carrier or freight forwarder managing the transit of the shipment|
|Voyage Number||A unique code assigned to that particular sailing of the ship between two ports|
|Vessel Name||The name of the ship transporting the shipment|
|Ship Registered In||The country where the ship is officially registered|
|Bill Of Lading Number||The unique number assigned to this particular shipment by the ocean carrier or freight forwarder|
|Container Number||The unique number assigned to the ocean shipping container carrying the shipment in question|
|Marks & Numbers||Any text or numbers appearing on the cartons|
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