Fastest-Growing Polish Export Products

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The following analysis highlights Poland’s fastest-growing exported goods and is based on data for 2014. For more recent research statistics, please see the main article Poland’s Top 10 Exports.

Ten of Poland’s fastest-growing export product categories posted triple-digit gains of 120% or more from 2010 to 2014.

The average increase for all Polish export products was 37.8%.

Please note that this analysis is at the 2-digit Harmonized Tariff System code level, which is better for looking at trends as opposed to uncovering more targeted opportunities at the 6, 8 or 10-digit code level.

Fastest-Growing Polish Export Products

Listed below in descending order are the fastest-growing export products from Poland. Shown within parentheses is the percentage increase in a product category’s exports for the 5-year period ending in 2013.

  1. Other manufactured products: Up by 979.7% since 2010 (US$1,521,492,000)
  2. Cereals: Up by 229.4% ($1,337,427,000)
  3. Toys, games: Up by 211.5% ($710,697,000)
  4. Arms, ammunition: Up by 210.3% ($65,407,000)
  5. Tin: Up by 204.3% ($102,256,000)
  6. Furskins and artificial fur: Up by 163.9% ($520,284,000)
  7. Coffee, tea and spices: Up by 144.4% ($696,141,000)
  8. Zinc: Up by 126.2% ($595,437,000)
  9. Woodpulp: Up by 120.5% ($234,189,000)
  10. Photo/cinematographic goods: Up by 120.2% ($31,954,000)

Sanitary pads and tampons, napkins and napkin liners for babies were the strongest factors pacing miscellaneous manufactured articles to their number one position as the fastest-growing Polish product export category.

Polish exporters also posted accelerating international sales for wheat, corn, rye and triticale cereals.

Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and other wheeled toys led increasing Polish export sales under the toys and games category.

Research Sources:
The World Factbook, Field Listing: Exports, Central Intelligence Agency. Accessed on April 11, 2015

Trade Map, International Trade Centre, Accessed on April 11, 2015