Beijing – China exported 2.7m mattresses and cushions fitted with cellular rubber or plastics in July 2020, registering a 22% growth from July 2019.
Their value rose by 8% from a year ago, to $50.5m, said China’s General Administration of Customs. The tonnage of exports shot up by 15% to 10.3kT.
This continued the across-the-board rise in June 2020. The cumulative total exports still for 2020 lag behind 2019, but compared to June, the gap is closing.
Over the first seven months of 2020, China’s mattress exports were 16.5m units, down 10% from the same period in 2019. Seven-month export value was trimmed by 35% year on year, to $259m, while weight contracted 39% to 51.7kT.
Japan remained as China’s largest overseas market in value for July, registering 9.1$m-worth exports shipped.
The US kept the second place with $5.5m exports, followed by Korea, where exports were worth $4.3m.
Vietnam continued falling, to the 24th place in July, with exports value reduced by 46% from June to $272,000.