Japan’s wooden kitchen furniture imports increased by 16% in December

Market: Furniture
Posted March 27, 2018
The value of Japan’s imports of wooden kitchen furniture grew in the 3Q 2017, but then reversed direction in the final months of the year. Year-on-year Japan’s imports of wooden kitchen furniture were up 16% in December 2017, but month-on-month imports fell around 10%, as ITTO reported.

The combined shipments from the Philippines, Vietnam and China once again account for over 90% of all December shipments of wooden kitchen furniture. The Philippines accounted for 46% of the value of Japan’s wooden kitchen furniture imports followed by Vietnam (36%) and China (12%).


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