Schrijf je in voor onze dagelijkse nieuwsbrief om al het laatste nieuws direct per e-mail te ontvangen!

Inschrijven Ik ben al ingeschreven

Sign up for our daily Newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news!

Subscribe I am already a subscriber

7% decrease in China's wood furniture export value

Between January and September 2023, China's wood furniture exports dropped by 0.9% to 275.5 million pieces, with export value declining by 7.0% to $16.1 billion. The average price per piece also fell by 6.2% to $58.5.

Photo © Wissanu Sirapat |

The U.S. remains the largest importer of China's wood furniture, accounting for 32% of its total exports, followed by Japan with 6.7%, the UK at 6.7%, and France at 4.9%.

Furniture Today reveals that Vietnam surpassed China as the leading furniture exporter to the U.S. last year. Vietnam's exports rose by 7% to nearly $9.7 billion last year. China's exports on the other hand fell by 7% to approximately $8.5 billion, reducing its market share to 28%.

Vietnam's export numbers for this year however appear to be decreasing as well. The Ministry of Industry and Trade reported a 33% decline in wood exports to the U.S., reaching $3.3 billion in the first half of this year.


Publication date: