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Global Exports of California Wine Reached Record Levels of Demand in 2015

Global Exports of California Wine Reached Record Levels of Demand in 2015


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Global exports of American-made wine, 90 percent of which is produced in California, reached a $1.61 billion in revenue during 2015, a record number for the U.S. wine industry.

Last year, demand for premium wines, as well as the expansion of California wines into Cuba, raised revenue by 7.6 percent from the last year. also increased by 4.1 percent. The EU, Canada, and Hong Kong accounted for the top markets for California wines in 2015, with revenues of $622 million, $461 million, and $97 million, respectively, according to research from the Wine Institute, a California wine industry group.

Japan, China, Nigeria, Mexico, South Korea, Switzerland, and Singapore also made up substantial markets, despite competition from other major wine-producing countries like France and Spain. Importantly, American wines have seen increased export value over the last several years that has exceeded the volume of wines exported.

“This growth is occurring despite heavily-subsidized foreign competitors, high tariffs and a strong dollar,” said Linsey Gallagher, Wine Institute’s vice president for international marketing.

The growing popularity of California wines, which have increase more than 90 percent in value over the last decade, suggests that wine drinkers around the world are increasingly receptive to the high-quality wines produced by American vintners.

“Removing obstacles to trade and ensuring that California wines have fair and equal access to international sales channels remain our top focus,” said Tom LaFaille, vice president of the institute’s international trade council. “Unfortunately, more and more countries and provinces are ‘modernizing’ their laws to benefit only local wine producers. Wine Institute works closely with the U.S. government to continue to lead initiatives against discriminatory trade barriers which violate international agreements.”


Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

  • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
  • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
  • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
  • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
  • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

Experience PIERS in action

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PIERS US Data Coverage
  • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
  • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
  • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
  • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
    • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
    • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
    PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
    • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
    • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
    • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
    PIERS Data Fields
    • Bill of lading number
    • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
    • Ocean carrier/shipping line
    • NVOCC
    • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
    • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
    • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
    • Location and country of lading
    • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
    • Location and country of destination
    • Port of discharge/transshipment port
    • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
    • Weight
    • Container number(s)
    • Six-digit HS code
    • Master and house bill of lading numbers
    • Estimated value
    • Vessel flag/country of registry
    • Containerized/non-containerized
    • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

    Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

    PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

    The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

    • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
    • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
    • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
    • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
    • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

    Experience PIERS in action

    Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

    Join the World Ports Conference 2021

    PIERS US Data Coverage
    • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
    • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
    • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
    • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
      • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
      • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
      PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
      • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
      • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
      • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
      PIERS Data Fields
      • Bill of lading number
      • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
      • Ocean carrier/shipping line
      • NVOCC
      • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
      • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
      • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
      • Location and country of lading
      • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
      • Location and country of destination
      • Port of discharge/transshipment port
      • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
      • Weight
      • Container number(s)
      • Six-digit HS code
      • Master and house bill of lading numbers
      • Estimated value
      • Vessel flag/country of registry
      • Containerized/non-containerized
      • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

      Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

      PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

      The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

      • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
      • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
      • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
      • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
      • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

      Experience PIERS in action

      Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

      Join the World Ports Conference 2021

      PIERS US Data Coverage
      • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
      • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
      • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
      • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
        • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
        • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
        PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
        • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
        • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
        • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
        PIERS Data Fields
        • Bill of lading number
        • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
        • Ocean carrier/shipping line
        • NVOCC
        • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
        • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
        • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
        • Location and country of lading
        • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
        • Location and country of destination
        • Port of discharge/transshipment port
        • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
        • Weight
        • Container number(s)
        • Six-digit HS code
        • Master and house bill of lading numbers
        • Estimated value
        • Vessel flag/country of registry
        • Containerized/non-containerized
        • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

        Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

        PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

        The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

        • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
        • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
        • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
        • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
        • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

        Experience PIERS in action

        Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

        Join the World Ports Conference 2021

        PIERS US Data Coverage
        • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
        • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
        • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
        • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
          • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
          • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
          PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
          • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
          • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
          • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
          PIERS Data Fields
          • Bill of lading number
          • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
          • Ocean carrier/shipping line
          • NVOCC
          • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
          • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
          • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
          • Location and country of lading
          • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
          • Location and country of destination
          • Port of discharge/transshipment port
          • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
          • Weight
          • Container number(s)
          • Six-digit HS code
          • Master and house bill of lading numbers
          • Estimated value
          • Vessel flag/country of registry
          • Containerized/non-containerized
          • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

          Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

          PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

          The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

          • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
          • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
          • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
          • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
          • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

          Experience PIERS in action

          Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

          Join the World Ports Conference 2021

          PIERS US Data Coverage
          • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
          • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
          • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
          • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
            • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
            • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
            PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
            • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
            • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
            • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
            PIERS Data Fields
            • Bill of lading number
            • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
            • Ocean carrier/shipping line
            • NVOCC
            • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
            • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
            • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
            • Location and country of lading
            • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
            • Location and country of destination
            • Port of discharge/transshipment port
            • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
            • Weight
            • Container number(s)
            • Six-digit HS code
            • Master and house bill of lading numbers
            • Estimated value
            • Vessel flag/country of registry
            • Containerized/non-containerized
            • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

            Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

            PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

            The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

            • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
            • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
            • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
            • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
            • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

            Experience PIERS in action

            Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

            Join the World Ports Conference 2021

            PIERS US Data Coverage
            • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
            • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
            • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
            • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
              • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
              • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
              PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
              • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
              • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
              • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
              PIERS Data Fields
              • Bill of lading number
              • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
              • Ocean carrier/shipping line
              • NVOCC
              • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
              • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
              • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
              • Location and country of lading
              • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
              • Location and country of destination
              • Port of discharge/transshipment port
              • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
              • Weight
              • Container number(s)
              • Six-digit HS code
              • Master and house bill of lading numbers
              • Estimated value
              • Vessel flag/country of registry
              • Containerized/non-containerized
              • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

              Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

              PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

              The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

              • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
              • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
              • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
              • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
              • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

              Experience PIERS in action

              Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

              Join the World Ports Conference 2021

              PIERS US Data Coverage
              • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
              • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
              • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
              • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
                • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
                • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
                PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
                • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
                • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
                • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
                PIERS Data Fields
                • Bill of lading number
                • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
                • Ocean carrier/shipping line
                • NVOCC
                • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
                • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                • Location and country of lading
                • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
                • Location and country of destination
                • Port of discharge/transshipment port
                • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
                • Weight
                • Container number(s)
                • Six-digit HS code
                • Master and house bill of lading numbers
                • Estimated value
                • Vessel flag/country of registry
                • Containerized/non-containerized
                • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

                Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

                PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

                The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

                • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
                • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
                • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
                • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
                • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

                Experience PIERS in action

                Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

                Join the World Ports Conference 2021

                PIERS US Data Coverage
                • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
                • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
                • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
                • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
                  • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
                  • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
                  PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
                  • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
                  • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
                  • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
                  PIERS Data Fields
                  • Bill of lading number
                  • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
                  • Ocean carrier/shipping line
                  • NVOCC
                  • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                  • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
                  • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                  • Location and country of lading
                  • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
                  • Location and country of destination
                  • Port of discharge/transshipment port
                  • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
                  • Weight
                  • Container number(s)
                  • Six-digit HS code
                  • Master and house bill of lading numbers
                  • Estimated value
                  • Vessel flag/country of registry
                  • Containerized/non-containerized
                  • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

                  Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

                  PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

                  The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

                  • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
                  • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
                  • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
                  • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
                  • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

                  Experience PIERS in action

                  Keep up-to-date with latest industry insight, sign-up to receive our free monthly newsletter

                  Join the World Ports Conference 2021

                  PIERS US Data Coverage
                  • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
                  • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
                  • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
                  • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
                    • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
                    • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
                    PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
                    • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
                    • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
                    • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
                    PIERS Data Fields
                    • Bill of lading number
                    • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
                    • Ocean carrier/shipping line
                    • NVOCC
                    • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                    • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
                    • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                    • Location and country of lading
                    • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
                    • Location and country of destination
                    • Port of discharge/transshipment port
                    • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
                    • Weight
                    • Container number(s)
                    • Six-digit HS code
                    • Master and house bill of lading numbers
                    • Estimated value
                    • Vessel flag/country of registry
                    • Containerized/non-containerized
                    • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo

                    Bill of Lading Database, Import Export Data: PIERS

                    PIERS is the leading provider of import and export data at the detailed, bill-of-lading level – a heritage rooted in 40 years of amassing the industry's largest US waterborne trade data set. Every day, on average, the PIERS team processes close to 60,000 bills of lading that are filed with US Customs. Within hours of receipt, we verify, standardize, enhance and load the data into our products so that you can spend your time on business decisions rather than data collection. The PIERS team integrates this transactional trade data with standardized company details so you can also identify imports and exports by company. In addition to US trade data going back to 2003, you can find detailed import and export transactions for 14 international markets and trade statistics for more than 80 countries. Many customers use PIERS as a complement to our aggregated trade data product, Global Trade Atlas.

                    The PIERS three-tier subscription model offers a scalable solution that lets you:

                    • Increase operational efficiencies with decision-ready data
                    • Make smarter decisions based on greater data accuracy
                    • Capitalize on market opportunities by tracking supply-demand shifts
                    • Benchmark competitor shipments, trading partners, suppliers and strategies
                    • Generate sales leads by targeting companies based on their trade activities

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                    PIERS US Data Coverage
                    • US waterborne import and export trade data covering 100% of US port locations
                    • Total bills of lading: 20,747,997 processed in 2015 with over 10 billion data fields
                    • Company records: 45 million records with 2.2 million distinct company names
                    • US export bills of lading: 3,986,093 processed in 2015, including:
                      • Non-containerized export MTONs: 418,353,584
                      • Distinct containers: 5,195,210
                      PIERS Non-US Data Coverage
                      • Data for 14 countries in Central & South America, India, China and Vietnam
                      • Import and export bills of lading, including importer and exporter names: Central America, Chile, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam
                      • Detailed import and export data, including company names: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina (Argentina, importer names only)
                      PIERS Data Fields
                      • Bill of lading number
                      • Vessel name, IMO code, voyage number
                      • Ocean carrier/shipping line
                      • NVOCC
                      • Consignee name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                      • Shipper name/address (included for both imports/exports, unless the company has applied for confidentiality from US States Customs)
                      • Notify name/address (only for US imported shipments, not for US exported shipments)
                      • Location and country of lading
                      • Departure date (included for US exports, arrival date indicated for US imports)
                      • Location and country of destination
                      • Port of discharge/transshipment port
                      • Description of goods (full description and PIERS-generated summary)
                      • Weight
                      • Container number(s)
                      • Six-digit HS code
                      • Master and house bill of lading numbers
                      • Estimated value
                      • Vessel flag/country of registry
                      • Containerized/non-containerized
                      • Refrigerated, potentially hazardous, roll-on/roll-off cargo


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