Overview In January 2023 Eurotunnel exported £140M and imported £2.35B, resulting in a negative trade balance of £2.21B. Between January 2022 and January 2023 the exports of Eurotunnel have increased by $42.4M (43.6%) from £97.3M to £140M, while imports increased by £1.99B (556%) from £358M to £2.35B.
Trade In January 2023, the top exports of Eurotunnel were Medical Instruments (£15.7M), Precious Metal Scraps (£13.4M), Silver (£11.8M), Platinum (£11.1M), and Non-fillet Fresh Fish (£5.81M). In January 2023 the top imports of Eurotunnel were Packaged Medicaments (£171M), Motor vehicles; parts and accessories (8701... (£83.8M), Gas Turbines (£69.8M), Vaccines, blood, antisera, toxins and cultures (£54.7M), and Computers (£50.2M).
Destinations In January 2023, Eurotunnel exported mostly to Germany (£42.3M), France (£33.4M), Italy (£20.7M), Netherlands (£19.6M), and Belgium (£8M), and imported mostly from France (£465M), Germany (£430M), Belgium (£347M), Netherlands (£298M), and Spain (£236M).
Growth In January 2023, the increase in Eurotunnel's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to France (£12.4M or 84.5%), Germany (£12.3M or 291%), and Netherlands (£10.6M or 241%), and product exports increase in Cars (£4.18M or 1.16k%), Sheep and Goat Meat (£4.12M or 931%), and Medical Instruments (£3.91M or 1.73k%). In January 2023, the increase in Eurotunnel's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from China (£447k or 801%), Egypt (£102k or 563%), and Switzerland (£63.3k or 10.2%), and product imports increase in Other Vegetables (£16.8M or 16.5k%), Baked Goods (£7.5M or 183k%), and Centrifuges (£3.25M or 180k%).