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Malaysia Natural Rubber Export

Malaysia Import NR 324,637 tonnes of NR from January to Aug 1999
Import from:

Thailand 85.14%

Vietnam 3.39%

Cambodia 3.29%

Philippines 3.12%

Myanmar 2.53%

Liberia 2.23%

Combined imports form these 6 countries account for 99.7% of total NR import.


Manufacturers in Malaysia consumed an average of  29,222 tonnes of NR monthly - Source: Malaysia statistics department

The 3 major industries which accounted for 88.2% of total domestic NR consumption:




Rubber gloves (58.5%)

Tyre tube (14.7%) and

Rubber thread (16.2%)


Malaysia EXPORT

Malaysia Export of NR (natural rubber) for 1998 885,697 tonnes

for 1999 894,226 tonnes

Year 2000 Jan to Feb 114,379 tonnes

Export of NR for 1999 to:
UK 5.5%  USA 111,007 tonnes

76,375 tonnes South Korea

Germany 100,332 tonnes

France 5.3%   Belgium 5.1%

66,282 tonnes China



The above countries purchase 53.2% of Malaysia's total exports of natural rubber.

1998 Export of rubber products 5.7 billion Ringgit. 1999 Export of rubber products 5 billion Ringgit. 2000 Jan to June rubber products 2.3 billion Ringgit

Export of rubber products to: USA 37.9%  UK 7.1%  Japan 6.7%  Italy 4.4% Germany 3.6% - Rubber gloves made up of 71.9% of total export

Rubber compounded from 13 Rubber tyres 6%

Info on Malaysia Top 10 export countries

Info on Malaysia Trade

Malaysian Import Export Customs Documentation Particulars to be declared - Malaysian Customs authorities generally require the following particulars in the customs declaration forms.

Particulars of persons: Name and address of importer/exporter, name and address of the consignor/consignee  and name and address of the declarant.

Particulars of the goods: Country of origin/country of destination, description of the packages (numbers type, marks and number, weight) and tariff description of the goods.

How to Develop an Export Market? Indirect Exporting, the reason why manufacturers may choose to export its goods indirectly.


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