Australian export: milk grew, while cheese, butter and SMP decreased

VOLUMES:

Australia exports in DECEMBER 2016 compared to December 2015 increased in volumes for:

  • Condensed Milk (+36.6%)
  • Infant milk formula (+11.4%)
  • Cheese (+0.7%)

decreased for:

  • WMP (-2.4%)
  • Liquid milk (-8.0%)
  • SMP (-15.9%)
  • Butter (-27.5%)

UNIT PRICES:

The unit prices of Australia exports in DECEMBER 2016 compared to December 2015 increased for:

  • Butter (+11.6%)
  • SMP (+9.9%)

decreased for:

  • WMP (-0.3%)
  • Condensed Milk (-1.2%)
  • Cheese (-2.7%)
  • Liquid milk (-7.3%)
  • Infant milk formula (-9.8%)

The main Importers of Liquid milk in 2016 (year over year) were:

  • China import, accounting for 37% of market share, increased by 10.5%
  • Singapore import, accounting for 22% of market share, increased by 14.1%
  • Malaysia import, accounting for 8% of market share, increased by 10.7%
  • Hong Kong import, accounting for 8% of market share, increased by 3%
  • Philippines import, accounting for 7% of market share, increased by 89%

The main Importers of Cheese in 2016 (year over year) were:

  • Japan import, accounting for 50% of market share, decreased by 11.8%
  • China import, accounting for 12% of market share, increased by 24.4%
  • Malaysia import, accounting for 5% of market share, increased by 9.7%
  • Korea, South import, accounting for 5% of market share, increased by 6.4%
  • United States import, accounting for 4% of market share, increased by 5.6%

VOLUMES:

Australia exports in DECEMBER 2016 compared to December 2015 increased in volumes for:

  • Condensed Milk (+36.6%)
  • Infant milk formula (+11.4%)
  • Cheese (+0.7%)

decreased for:

  • WMP (-2.4%)
  • Liquid milk (-8.0%)
  • SMP (-15.9%)
  • Butter (-27.5%)

UNIT PRICES:

The unit prices of Australia exports in DECEMBER 2016 compared to December 2015 increased for:

  • Butter (+11.6%)
  • SMP (+9.9%)

decreased for:

  • WMP (-0.3%)
  • Condensed Milk (-1.2%)
  • Cheese (-2.7%)
  • Liquid milk (-7.3%)
  • Infant milk formula (-9.8%)
AUSTRALIA: dairy products Export (January-December)
  QUANTITY (Tons) VALUE (’000 USD)
2015 2016 ± on 2015 2015 2016 ± on 2015
Cheese 170.825 167.161 -2,1% 653.670 607.974 -7,0%
SMP 200.531 163.654 -18,4% 479.435 341.471 -28,8%
Infant milk formula 10.467 21.586 +106,2% 130.426 295.040 +126,2%
WMP 65.158 70.455 +8,1% 216.451 253.379 +17,1%
Milk and cream 161.594 186.375 +15,3% 161.859 168.226 +3,9%
of which:    
- Liquid milk 151.798 176.591 +16,3% 141.791 145.814 +2,8%
- Cream 9.796 9.785 -0,1% 20.068 22.412 +11,7%
Butter 34.184 31.162 -8,8% 127.753 108.490 -15,1%
Condensed Milk 20.006 30.933 +54,6% 46.638 65.955 +41,4%
Whey Powder 28.123 43.653 +55,2% 54.031 44.202 -18,2%
Yogurt and buttermilk 14.425 11.969 -17,0% 39.404 31.558 -19,9%
Caseinates 51 120 +132,6% 6.338 6.549 +3,3%
Lactose Pharmaceutical 5.576 5.838 +4,7% 5.496 3.797 -30,9%
Lactose edible 23 34 +48,2% 103 280 +170,9%
TOTAL EXPORT 710.965 732.941 +3,1% 1.921.604 1.926.920 +0,3%
Data processed by Clal based on GTIS source.

Australia: BULK AND PACK. MILK EXPORT
Main IMPORTERS of 2016
Period: January-December
Ton Share
2016
2014 2015 2016 % on
2015
TOTAL   134.606 151.798 176.591 +16%
China 37% 47.514 58.945 65.143 +11%
Singapore 22% 30.883 33.732 38.487 +14%
Malaysia 8% 2.498 12.867 14.245 +11%
Hong Kong 8% 14.710 13.042 13.427 +3%
Philippines 7% 8.735 6.714 12.689 +89%

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