U.S. non-electric air heater imports top $805 million record



In 2021, the United States, the world’s largest buyer of non-electric unit heaters, imported goods worth more than $805 billion, an increase of 33% compared to 2020 figures.

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In 2021, the United States, the world’s largest buyer of non-electric unit heaters, imported goods worth more than $805 billion, a 33% increase over 2020 figures. US supplies to Mexico and Canada rose sharply, while supplies from China fell 21% year-on-year.

The United States retains its position as the world’s largest importer of non-electric air heaters, a new report from IndexBox reveals. In 2021, the value of unit heaters supplied to the United States exceeded $805 million, up 33% from the previous year.

Mexico, China and Canada remain the main suppliers of air heaters to the United States. During the first quarter of 2021, imports from Mexico were $368 million, up 49% year-on-year. Canada increased its exports to America by 53% year-on-year to $68 million during this period, while supplies from China to the United States fell by 21% year-on-year to $42 million .

United States Non-Electric Air Heater Imports by Country

In 2020, imports of non-electric air heaters and distributors totaled $607 million (IndexBox estimates). Mexico ($381 million) was the largest supplier of air heaters to the United States, accounting for 63% of total purchases. The second position in the ranking was occupied by China (78 million dollars), with a share of 13% of total imports. It was followed by Canada with a 12% share.

Major Importers of Non-Electric Air Heaters Worldwide

Global imports of non-electric air heaters and air distributors amounted to $1.6 billion in 2020. The United States ($607 million), Canada ($361 million) and Russia ( $60 million) were the largest importers of unit heaters, accounting for 65% of global supplies. . These countries were followed by Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, France and the United Kingdom, which accounted for an additional 12%. In 2020, Germany recorded the highest growth rates in the value of imports (+4.3% year-on-year), while purchases from other world leaders experienced more modest growth rates.

Source: IndexBox Platform