*Cleanzine-logo-6.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 2nd February 2023 Issue no. 1050

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Spanish exports of professional cleaning and hygiene products grow by 3.59% from January to September 2022

* Spanish-exports-destinations.jpgASFEL, the National Association of Spanish Cleaning & Hygiene Products Manufacturers, tells us that overseas sales of professional cleaning & hygiene products increased by 3.59% in value from January to September 2022 and that Spanish exports reached 800 million euros over this period. In volume, overseas sales fell by 3.08%.

Comparing the third quarter of 2022 with the previous quarter, exports fell by 3.06%. Comparing the third quarter of 2022 with respect to the same quarter of the previous year, export sales fell by 13.20%.

From January to September 2022, the top five main export destination countries were: France (+5.76%), Portugal (+0.91%), UK (+20.96%), Italy (-5.22%) and the Netherlands (+60.78%).

Morocco is the 9th destination for exports in the sector, the first export destination outside the European Union, followed by the US and Andorra. Exports to Morocco fell by 12.94% in value and 22% in volume.

With the monthly analysis ASFEL has observed that exports between January and June have been higher each month compared to the same months of the two previous years. In the third quarter of 2022, there was a cooling of exports compared to the same period the previous year.

Exports to the first five destination countries, except for Italy, experienced growth between January and September 2022, highlighting double-digit growth in exports to the UK and the Netherlands.

Exports to the top 20 countries of destination increased from January to September 2022 except for Italy (-5.22%), Germany (-50.85%), Sweden (-9.87%), Morocco (-12.94%), Poland (-51.50%) and Switzerland (-10.39%).

The destinations of the sector's exports continue to be diversified – for example the 95.46% increase in exports to the US and the increase in sales to other non-traditional markets such as Japan (+75.59%), Australia (+63.37%), China (+34.70%) and Israel (+57.95%).

www.asfel.com

5th January 2023




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