Peru’s imports of wooden furniture declined in the 1H 2019

Market: Furniture
Posted September 10, 2019
In the first six months of 2019, Peruvian imports of wooden furniture totalled $25.67 million, a slight year-on-year decline to $25.94 million, as ITTO reported.

Brazil remained the main supplier of wooden furniture shipping almost $17 million in the 1Q 2019. China was the second largest supplier at $3.69 million followed by Malaysia with $1.1 million.

The main Peruvian importers of wooden furniture in the first half of 2019 were Sodimac (ACE Peru SAC), the Falabella Group, Saga Falabella and Homecenters Peruanos.

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