EU Clothing Import Reports

Our series of reports offer a comprehensive view of the EU’s clothing import market, including shipments per origin, product category, and market. A comprehensive comparison displays an exhaustive picture per origin and product category. All data are in volumes, euros, US dollars, with unit prices displayed.

EU Clothing Imports in 1st Quarter 2023: Markets

Clothing imports from outside the European Union fell in all member countries in the first quarter of 2023, with signifcant differences depending on markets. Our comprehensive report covers the first quarters of 2018 to 2023 for knit, woven, and total apparel imports from outside the EU-27 area. The data includes volume, value, and unit value changes in both Euro and US dollar terms. Data covering Q1 2018 to 2023 are available for download. Read more...

E.U. Clothing Imports : Latest Trends (Monthly)

Clothing imports by EU fell at a higher rate in April than in preceding months, while Chinese shipments contracted less dramatically. Our report presents monthly EU-27 imported clothing data classified by origin, with emphasis specifically on historical trends between China compared to the Rest of the World (RoW) and Bangladesh on one hand, and knit versus woven clothing on the other hand. We provide data in both Euros and US dollars, with historical data available for download from January 2002. Read more...

EU Clothing Imports in 1st Quarter 2023: Origins

EU clothing imports from China and Turkey plunged in the first quarter, while Bangladesh and India made significant gains in terms of market share. Our comprehensive report covers the first quarters of 2018 to 2023 for knit, woven, and total apparel imports from outside the EU-27 area. The data includes volume, value, and unit value changes in both Euro and US dollar terms. Data covering Q1 2018 to 2023 are available for download. Read more...

E.U. Clothing Imports : Latest Trends (Monthly)

Clothing imports into the EU fell significantly in March, with Chinese shipments plunging dramatically. However, compared to two years ago, the decline was far less significant. Our report covers monthly EU-27 clothing import data by origin, with a focus on historical trends between China vs. the Rest of the World (RoW) and Bangladesh, on one side, and knit vs. woven clothing, on the other side. Data is available in both Euros and US dollars, with historical data downloadable from January 2002. Read more...