During the second quarter 2023 the billing of a Spanish automotive equipment and components had an inter-annual +7.6% increase reaching €8,049 million. In current sector’s yearly figures, foreign demand contribution is key, becoming a motor of the industry’s growth and strengthening which is largely based on exports.
Between May and August, influence of Spanish sales of automotive suppliers to European Union (UE27) markets -its main commercial partner- increased two points reaching 67.1% (on the global export quarterly figures). Improvement of communitarian partners’ demand is steady which has contributed positively to billing with an +11.4% inter-annual growth reaching €5,400 million.
Breaking down EU countries, our main commercial partners behavior is outstanding, Billing in inter-annual terms has kept it dynamism.
Outside the EU, the UK is the main destination in comparison to other extra communitarian markets’ exports with a +13.9% billing increase compared with the same period in 2022 with €431 million.
In the period, dynamic exports to Morocco -our second extra communitarian client- can be highlighted, with +24% inter-annual increase reaching €389 million. At contrary, exports to the United States market had a -41% decrease with €323 million billing.
It can be also noticed an improvement in Turkish exports which shows a +56% inter-annual rate with a quarterly billing of €198 million to such market.
Other relevant markets for Spanish exports are Mexico (+6.9% inter-annual), China (-9.3% inter-annual), South Africa (+35% inter-annual) or Japan (+28,1% inter-annual). Heterogeneity can be seen according to each geographic area. It is more noticeable the decrease of demand from China which shows an economy slowdown in the second quarter this year.
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