China-US door-to-door shipping
Total Shipping solution from China to the USA
For long, China has been, and without doubt will be the United States’ biggest business partner.
As a US buyer, shipping from China to the USA is an indispensable factor you need to consider when importing from China. Finding the right freight forwarder/logistics service provider will definitely save for you much time, money and energy. Most important of all, without those complexities and hassles bothering you, you are enabled to focus more on your core business.
Seeking door-to-door shipping from China to the United States, to free you from all the complexities and hassles of shipping? When it comes to door-to-door service, there are too many links involved, between the China factory and you, which easily results in insufficient connection and poor communication.
We offer door-to-door shipping from China to the USA. Whether you are shipping containers from China(FCL) or LCL, by sea, by air or by courier; whether you are looking to get your shipment to an individual home address, business address, or an Amazon warehouse, we are the right one to turn to for China-US door-to-door shipping service.
With our professional team, you don’t have worry about a single thing. We handle the logistics duties from origin to destination, all the required paperwork, supervision, consolidation, unloading, loading, customs brokerage and final delivery, without burdening the client with additional work and pressure. Each link is connected to the next seamlessly and we’ll keep you informed of the status. We take into consideration of your individual need and budget, and find balance for you, securing a simple, hassle-free way of door-to-door shipping solution.
China-US Trade Facts
U.S. goods and services trade with China totaled an estimated $659.4 billion in 2015. Imports were $497.8 billion, exports were $161.6 billion; The U.S. goods and services trade deficit with China was $336.2 billion in 2015.
· China was the United States' largest supplier of goods imports in 2015.
· U.S. goods imports from China totaled $482 billion in 2015, up 3.2% ($15 billion) from 2014, and up 98% from 2005. U.S. imports from are up 382% from 2000 (pre-WTO accession).
· The top import categories (2-digit HS) in 2015 were: electrical machinery ($133 billion), machinery ($104 billion), furniture and bedding ($28 billion), toys and sports equipment ($24 billion), and footwear ($17 billion).
· U.S. imports of agricultural products from China totaled $4.4 billion in 2015, our 3rd largest supplier of agricultural imports. Leading categories include: processed fruit & vegetables ($1.0 billion), fruit & vegetable juices ($321 million), snack foods ($208 million), fresh vegetables ($178 million), and spices ($159 million).
· U.S. imports of services from China were an estimated $15.9 billion in 2015, 10.5% ($1.5 billion) more than 2014, and 132% greater than 2005 levels. It was up roughly 396% from 2001 (pre-WTO accession). Based on 2014, leading services imports from China to the U.S. were in the transportation, travel, and research and development sectors.
· China was the United States' 3rd largest goods export market in 2015.
· U.S. goods exports to China in 2015 were $116 billion, down 6.1% ($7.5 billion) from 2014 but up 182% from 2005. U.S. exports to China are up 506% from 2001 (pre-WTO accession). U.S. exports to China account for 7.7% of overall U.S. exports in 2015.
· The top export categories (2-digit HS) in 2015 were: aircraft ($15 billion), electrical machinery ($13 billion), machinery ($12 billion), miscellaneous grain, seeds, fruit (soybeans) ($11 billion), and vehicles ($11 billion).
· U.S. exports of agricultural products to China totaled $20 billion in 2015, our 2nd largest agricultural export market. Leading categories include: soybeans ($11 billion), coarse grains (ex. corn) ($2.1 billion), distillers grains ($1.6 billion), hides & skins ($1.3 billion), and cotton ($870 million).
· U.S. exports of services to China were an estimated $45.4 billion in 2015, 7.0% ($3.0 billion) more than 2014, and 422% greater than 2005 levels. It was up roughly 791% from 2001 (pre-WTO accession). Based on 2014, leading services exports from the U.S. to China were in the travel, intellectual property (industrial processes), and transportation sectors.