Explanation of customs data in second-tier countries

Release time 2020-07-29 12:27:57 142 times viewed
Data for second-tier countries are obtained in reverse from import data for other first-tier trading countries. Because of one ticket, the export must be declared. After arriving at the port, the customs of the local government also need to record the information of the documents. In addition to the import data of these countries, they also include the names of suppliers and suppliers.



Which trading countries are there?
North America: United States, Mexico, Panama
Central America: Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador
South America: Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador, Brazil
Asia: Pakistan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan
Europe: Russia, Ukraine

The data of these dozen trading countries are obtained through the customs channels of various countries, mainly based on the import declarations of local customs. You can see all the transaction records of China's exports to the trading countries. But looking at the export data of second-tier countries one by one from the import data of each country is too time-consuming and labor-intensive! This has the anti-purge cleaning data from second-tier countries. Foreign trade states use big data calculations to compile all the transaction records of the same supplier and these dozen trading countries. This is the export data of this second-tier company.

If your own product market is in these dozens of countries, then the second-tier country data provided by Foreign Trade State is very useful to you. The rich field content and buyer information can help everyone develop more potential customers. For small partners who are only suitable for trading markets in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, in fact, the export data of these second-tier countries is not very applicable.

Here’s one thing to note:
The export data of the second-tier countries of foreign trade states are based on the import data of more than a dozen trading countries, which are back-reasoning and not all the transaction data of second-tier countries and global trading countries. This kind of data is incomplete, and small partners often say that there is little export data from second-tier countries. In addition, due to the inconsistency of the transaction details fields disclosed by the customs data of the trading countries, the export data of the second-tier countries are also uneven and incomplete.