U.S. Imports of Select Downstream Steel Products
CANADA
Quantity in Metric Tons or Thousands of Units
Same Table - US Dollars

Same Table - Average Unit Value


Product Month
  JAN17 FEB17 MAR17 APR17 MAY17 JUN17 JUL17 AUG17 SEP17 OCT17 NOV17 DEC17 JAN18 FEB18 MAR18
Steel springs 3,017 3,052 3,454 3,372 3,856 3,561 3,629 3,691 3,649 3,717 3,414 2,567 3,672 3,453 4,067
Steel wire rope & cable 1,926 2,129 2,306 2,429 2,678 2,763 2,488 2,573 2,862 3,303 2,916 2,440 2,587 2,830 3,384
Collated Steel Wire Nails 2,226 1,518 1,783 2,130 2,021 1,833 1,813 2,101 1,721 2,193 1,734 1,681 2,452 1,875 2,309
Bulk Steel Wire Nails 855.2 885.0 1,228 881.1 1,039 1,719 1,612 1,674 1,815 1,954 1,618 1,241 1,891 1,532 2,055
Cold-formed Shapes 1,050 735.2 965.4 1,415 1,681 1,579 1,974 2,064 1,492 1,474 1,322 1,074 1,077 1,352 1,726
Iron and Nonalloy Butt-weld Fittings 459.0 355.7 780.4 530.3 469.5 335.7 522.8 102.9 429.2 382.5 348.4 450.4 412.3 390.6 356.2
Non-Butt Weld Fittings & Flanges 311.0 420.9 402.3 471.9 431.0 427.3 503.6 475.1 539.1 481.3 428.6 348.7 354.2 333.0 415.2
Steel wire garment hangers (Thousands of Units) 226.4 337.5 157.5 227.2 393.0 509.0 1,250 376.6 168.2 165.7 711.7 469.0 22.50 466.5 490.5
Steel wire strand 287.1 187.5 261.1 60.17 42.21 79.30 158.6 40.54 82.39 129.0 102.9 116.0 101.6 157.8 246.3
Other Steel Wire Nails and Staples 112.5 134.3 184.1 138.3 165.1 148.7 194.4 145.9 82.28 165.2 143.4 60.28 63.66 140.4 138.1
Barbed Wire 6.46 80.19 62.35 59.88 35.76 23.52 43.76 11.24 6.24 23.54 9.31 3.26 9.17 54.28 76.13
Alloy Butt-weld Fittings 16.83 32.63 . . . 0.75 32.79 2.63 5.69 1.59 38.84 6.97 2.07 66.54 21.52
Steel wire cloth, grill, netting and fencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SOURCE: US Department of Commerce, Enforcement and Compliance
Table last modified on: May 4, 2018, with
Census data collected through March 2018
Data listed in order of descending volume imported during last THREE months reported
 
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