Corrugated Trade Report for Knock Down Boxes
International trade of corrugated packaging makes a significant positive contribution to the U.S. Balance of Trade. Corrugated packaging exports amounted to slightly more than $1 Billion in 2010. Offset by $288 Million of imports, the net contribution to the U.S. Balance of Trade was $0.75 Billion, second only to unbleached kraft linerboard in importance among finished fiber-based packaging goods.
While Canada and Mexico have long been our largest trade partners, imports from countries other than Canada have tripled since 2000 and export growth outside of North America has stalled during the current decade. The Corrugated Trade report was created to allow members to monitor trends in this growing segment of the corrugated market.
The Corrugated Trade Report for Knock Down Boxes provides corrugated trade statistics and analysis on a quarterly basis, and is only available to FBA members.
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