EU Denim Import 2005-2015 | A Data Analysis

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Table of Content

Serial No. Particulars
1 Table Showing Top Exporters of Men’s Jeans to EU and Its average prices for the Year 2005. Pcs in Millions and Average Price In Euro
2 Pie Chart Showing % Share of top ten countries in the export of Men’s Jeans to EU for the year 2005
3 Graph showing export of Men’s Jeans to EU For the year 2005 ( Pcs in Millions)
4 Table Showing Top Exporters of Men’s Jeans to EU and Its average prices for the Year 2015. Pcs in Millions and Average Price In Euro
5 Pie Chart Showing % Share of top ten countries in the export of Men’s Jeans to EU for the year 2015
6 Graph showing export of Men’s Jeans to EU For the year 2015 ( Pcs in Millions)
7 Line Graph showing average price of Men’s Jeans exported to EU for the year 2015 ( Euro/Pc)
8 Table showing changes in Export Quantity (Pcs In Millions) and Average Price (Euro/Pc) of Men’s Jeans In Ten Years To EU (2005-2015)
9 Line Graph showing changes in Export Quantity (Pcs In Millions) and Average Price (Euro/Pc) of Men’s Jeans In Ten Years To EU (2005-2015)
10 Table Showing Top Exporters of Women’s Jeans to EU and Its average prices for the Year 2005. Pcs in Millions and Average Price In Euro
11 Pie Chart Showing % Share of top ten countries in the export of Women’s Jeans to EU for the year 2005
12 Graph showing export of Women’s Jeans to EU For the year 2005 ( Pcs in Millions)
13 Line Graph showing average price of Women’s Jeans exported to EU for the year 2005 ( Euro/Pc)
14 Table Showing Top Exporters of Women’s Jeans to EU and Its average prices for the Year 2015. Pcs in Millions and Average Price In Euro
15 Pie Chart Showing % Share of top ten countries in the export of Women’s Jeans to EU for the year 2015
16 Graph showing export of Women’s Jeans to EU For the year 2015 ( Pcs in Millions)
17 Line Graph showing average price of Women’s Jeans exported to EU for the year 2015 ( Euro/Pc)
18 Table showing changes in Export Quantity (Pcs In Millions) and Average Price (Euro/Pc) of Women’s Jeans In Ten Years To EU (2005-2015)
19 Line Graph showing changes in Export Quantity (Pcs In Millions) and Average Price (Euro/Pc) of Women’s Jeans In Ten Years To EU (2005-2015)

European Union has been in the news for the last few months due to several reason and one of the most prominent was the exit of UK from the EU . The BREXIT from European Union will have its own repercussions in long term. In 2015 , UK exported 5.82 million pcs of Men’s Jeans and 7.52 million pcs of Women’s jeans to EU however, after the exit we are not sure what direction the business will take. In this report , we did a detailed comparative analysis of 10 years of export of Men’s Jeans as well as Women’s Jeans to EU by top ten countries in the world including UK.

In the Year 2005 , China was supposed to be the King of Denim Market and it is evident after analyzing the data of export of Men’s Jeans to EU in the year 2005. China exported 44.63 Million Pcs of Men’s Jeans at the average price of Euro 3.31/Pc sharing 25.15% in the export to EU . Bangladesh which is leading now ,was just short  of 2.26 million pcs in 2005 with 42.27 million pcs at the average price of euro 3.88/pc sharing 23.82% in the export EU. However, Turkey and Pakistan were also considered major players in 2005 with 31.63 and 18.55 million pcs respectively and contributing approx. 28% cumulatively in the export to EU. In terms of average price China was the least expensive at just 3.31 Euro/pc. [private_special]

                 

Top Exporters Of Men’s Jeans To EU27 For the year 2005

                         

EXPORTING

MEN’S/BOYS JEANS

TOTAL VALUE

AVERAGE PRICE

%

COUNTRY/REGION                 

(MILLION PCS)

(MILLION EURO)

(EURO/PC)

CHINA

44.63

147.65

3.31

25.15%

BANGLADESH

42.27

164.23

3.88

23.82%

TURKEY

31.63

330.43

10.45

17.82%

PAKISTAN

18.55

92.01

4.96

10.45%

TUNISIA

16.46

233.45

14.18

9.27%

HONG KONG

7.06

47.82

6.78

3.98%

UK

3.92

63.66

16.26

2.21%

THAILAND

2.58

15.5

6.01

1.45%

INDONESIA

2.17

14.24

6.57

1.22%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

If we look at the figure of 2015 , things have been changed and the list of top exporters has also changed.. China is  no more the king and has been replaced by Bangladesh. The lead that Bangladesh has over China is very substantial now that it seems China will never be able to close it .In the Year 2015 , China exported merely  36.18 Million Pcs of Men’s Jeans at the average price of Euro 7.84/Pc sharing 13% in the export to EU . Bangladesh which is leading now with whooping 109.09 million pcs at the average price of euro 6.55/pc sharing 38% in the export EU. However, Turkey and Pakistan are still in the race and Pakistan ranked 2nd in the export of Men’s Jeans in 2015 to EU with 63.96 million pcs at the average price of euro 7.93/pc sharing 22% in the export to EU. In terms of average price Bangladesh is the least expensive however,  UK is the most expensive at the average price of euro 18.65/pc.

Top Exporters Of Men’s Jeans To EU27 For the year 2015

                                      

EXPORTING

MEN’S/BOYS JEANS

TOTAL VALUE

AVERAGE PRICE

%

COUNTRY/REGION

(MILLION PCS)

(MILLION EURO)

(EURO/PC)

BANGLADESH

109.09

715.01

6.55

38%

PAKISTAN

63.96

507.33

7.93

22%

CHINA

36.18

283.67

7.84

13%

TURKEY

34.72

478.15

13.77

12%

TUNISIA

11.99

207.85

17.33

4%

CAMBODIA

10.93

81.4

7.45

4%

UK

5.82

108.58

18.65

2%

MOROCCO

5.75

72.4

12.58

2%

INDIA

4.26

41.16

9.67

1%

EGYPT

3.15

41.52

13.19

1%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

Looking at the changes in the export quantities in respect of changes in the average prices of top three countries , the picture will be more clear. The average growth rate of Bangladesh in 10 years in terms of export quantities was 6.13% per year however, the growth in the average price was 4.076%. But if we see the figures of China , its average growth rate is negative with (-2.34%) per year however the average price registered an average growth rate of 5.778% per year due to increase in the labor rates in China.

      % change from 2005-2015 in qty and prices

Particulars

Pcs

Av Price

BANGLADESH

6.13%

4.076%

PAKISTAN

7.10%

3.745%

CHINA

-2.34%

5.778%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

In the segment of Women’s jeans , China was the leading player in 2005 with 87.92 million pcs at the average price of euro 2.67/pc ,contributing 47% in the export to EU. Turkey and Bangladesh were the next two major players in this segment with 25.62 & 21.02 million pcs respectively ,sharing 25% of export to EU cumulatively .Indonesia was the cheapest exporter and UK was the most expensive one in 2005 in this segment.

Top Exporters Of Women’s Jeans To EU27  For the year 2005

                        

EXPORTING

WOMEN’S/GIRLS

TOTAL VALUE

AVERAGE PRICE

%

COUNTRY/REGION

JEANS (MILLION PCS)

(MILLION EUROS)

(EURO/PC)

CHINA

87.92

235.06

2.67

47%

TURKEY

25.62

300.34

11.72

14%

BANGLADESH

21.02

81.18

3.86

11%

PAKISTAN

12.73

62.22

4.89

7%

TUNISIA

9.6

104.62

10.9

5%

HONG KONG

9.24

54.3

5.87

5%

MOROCCO

7.39

70.98

9.6

4%

INDONESIA

5.46

12.63

2.31

3%

UK

3.71

57.77

15.57

2%

INDIA

3.04

15.98

5.26

2%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

If we look at the figure of 2015 , things have been changed and China has again taken a hit. The King of 2005 is no more the king and has been replaced by Bangladesh here also in this segment.In the Year 2015 , China exported merely  57.12 Million Pcs of women’s jeans at the average price of Euro 6.88/Pc sharing 24% in the export to EU . Bangladesh which is leading now with 75.43 million pcs at the average price of euro 6.11/pc sharing 31% in the export EU. However, Turkey and Pakistan are still in the race and Pakistan ranked 4th,kept its position as it is, in the export of women’s Jeans in 2015 to EU with 32.49 million pcs at the average price of euro 7.51/pc sharing 14% in the export to EU. In terms of average price Bangladesh is the least expensive however,  Tunisia is the most expensive at the average price of euro 16.58/pc.

Top Exporters Of Women’s Jeans To EU27 For the year 2015

                                     

EXPORTING

WOMEN’S/GIRLS

TOTAL VALUE

AVERAGE PRICE

%

COUNTRY/REGION

JEANS (MILLION PCS)

(MILLION EUROS)

(EURO/PC)

BANGLADESH

75.43

461.11

6.11

31%

CHINA

57.12

392.87

6.88

24%

TURKEY

36.47

490.02

13.44

15%

PAKISTAN

32.49

244.06

7.51

14%

CAMBODIA

14.54

94.79

6.52

6%

UK

7.52

109.92

14.62

3%

TUNISIA

6.27

104.02

16.58

3%

EGYPT

4.55

53.67

11.8

2%

MOROCCO

4.38

57.19

13.06

2%

INDIA

1.87

16.93

9.03

1%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

Analyzing  at the changes in the export quantities in respect of changes in the average prices of top six countries , we found that the average growth rate of Bangladesh in 10 years in terms of export quantities was 7.21% per year.However, the growth in the average price was 3.68%. But if we see the figures of China , its average growth rate is negative with (-5.39%) per year however the average price registered an average growth rate of 6.12% per year due to increase in the labor rates in China.

                              Growth rates of Quantities and Prices

Particulars

Qty Change p.a | 2005-2015

Price Change p.a | 2005-2015

BANGLADESH

7.21%

3.68%

CHINA

-5.39%

6.12%

TURKEY

2.98%

1.28%

PAKISTAN

6.08%

3.49%

UK

5.07%

-0.65%

INDIA

-6.26%

4.17%

EU Denim Import 2005-2015 : Denimsandjeans.com

In a complete analysis, we can easily say that Bangladesh is the undisputed leader in both men’s and women’s jeans for exports to EU. China is a spent force and its market share is being taken over by its competitors.  Besides Bangladesh , only Turkey and Pakistan look strong enough to grow their shares. Other countries are more or less stagnant in their export figures.

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