The Turkish industry sector achieved the highest January-July exports of all the time with 107 billion 768 million dollars.
Despite the geopolitical risks and the concerns about the supply chain and economic activity, the Turkish industrial sector continues to set records in exports.
Turkey’s industrial exports reached the highest January-July figure of all time with 107 billion 768 million dollars.
The foreign sales of the industrial sector increased by 17.5 percent in the seven months of the year compared to the same period of the previous year.
The share of Turkey’s industrial exports in total exports was 74.6 percent.
11 sectors in the industry group set a record
11 of the 16 sectors affiliated to the industry group broke the record.
Textile and raw materials 6.1 billion dollars, leather and leather products 1.1 billion dollars, chemicals and products 19.7 billion dollars, ready-made clothing and apparel 12.4 billion dollars, electricity and electronics 8.4 billion dollars, machinery and parts, 5.7 billion dollars, ferrous and non-ferrous metals 8.8 billion dollars, steel 13.5 billion dollars, cement, glass ceramics and earthenware 3.2 billion dollars, jewelry industry 3.1 billion dollars, air conditioning industry 3.8 reached the highest January-July export figures of all time with billions of dollars.
In the 7 months of the year, textile and raw materials 9.5 percent, leather and leather products 21 percent, chemicals and products 41.8 percent, ready-made clothing and apparel 11.6 percent, electricity and electronics 6.4 percent, machinery and accessories 9 percent, 4, ferrous and non-ferrous metals by 33 percent, steel industry by 24 percent, cement, glass ceramics and earthenware by 25.8 percent, the jewelery industry by 4.5 percent, and the air conditioning industry by 9.9 percent.
The highest demand for the industrial sector came from Germany.
The highest demand for the sectors that broke the export record within the industry came from Germany.
In the first half of the year, leather and leather products are 97.9 million dollars, machinery and accessories 577.4 million dollars, ferrous and non-ferrous metals are 1.3 billion dollars, air conditioning industry 405.4 million dollars, ready-made clothing and apparel 2 $2 billion in foreign sales.
Chemicals and products exported 1.5 billion dollars to the Netherlands, and 901.3 million dollars of exports to the United Kingdom in the electrical and electronics sector.
Textile and raw materials were exported to Italy for 635.1 million dollars, to Israel for 950,6 million dollars for the steel industry, to the USA for cement, glass ceramics and earthenware products for 573.2 million dollars, and for the jewelery industry for 553.6 million dollars.