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Compared to exports and imports by value, exports and imports by weight are spread more widely across a number of ports, although Tauranga accounts for about 35% of exports. The weight of exports has grown much more quickly than the weight of imports. The weight of exports has also grown much more quickly than the value of exports (compare to ME001); this is probably explained by the growth in log exports (see ME003), which have a low value per tonne.

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Core dashboard information

Definition

Gross weight of exports and imports by port in million tonnes.

Nature of data

Quantitative
Primary source

Exports: Stats NZ Infoshare - Table OSC004AA
Imports: Stats NZ Infoshare - Table OSC008AA

Custodian of data

Statistics NZ

URL

http://archive.stats.govt.nz/infoshare/Default.aspx.

Data for exports can be found by clicking the 'Browse' tab, then selecting Imports and Exports -> Overseas Cargo Statistics--> "Total Exports by New Zealand Port (Annual-June).
Data for imports can be found by clicking the 'Browse' tab, then selecting Imports and Exports -> Overseas Cargo Statistics--> "Total Imports by New Zealand Port (Annual-June)

Frequency Annual
Disaggregation National
Quality of the data

Reliable

Next Update November