Turkey leather export quantities

The amount of leather shipped by Turkey in 2020 was 5,489 tons. In 2019 Turkey sold 7,470 tonnes of leather. Through 2019 alone, the demand for Turkey leather (processed category) has surged, flactuating by 9.131 percent compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, leather's exports increased by 27.26% netting the exporter US$152.04m for the year 2019. Turkey's leather exports are classified as:

  • Leather of reptiles (excluding vegetable pre-tanned only, plus chamois leather, patent leather, patent laminated leather and metallized leather) (HS code 410729)
  • Leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather" of the whole hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding unsplit full grains leather, grain splits leather, chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410719)
  • Leather of swine, dehaired (excluding chamois leather, patent leather, patent laminated leather and metallized leather) (HS code 410710)
  • Leather of antelopes, deer, elks, elephants and other animals, incl. sea animals, dehaired, and leather of hairless animals (excluding bovine and equine animals, sheep and lambs, goats and kids, pigs and reptiles, chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather and metallized leather) (HS code 410790)
  • Composition leather based on leather or leather fibre, in slabs, sheets or strip, whether or not in rolls (HS code 411100)
  • Parings and other waste of leather, parchment-dressed leather or composition leather, not suitable for the manufacture of leather articles; leather dust, powder and flour (HS code 411000)
  • Full grains leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather", unsplit, of the whole hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410711)
  • Grain splits leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of the whole hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410712)
  • Full grains leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather", unsplit, of the portions, strips or sheets of hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410791)
  • Bovine and equine leather, dehaired, tanned or pretanned only, whether or not split (excluding leather of whole hides of bovine animals, with a surface area of <= 2,6 mý, and bovine leather, pre-tanned only) (HS code 410429)
  • Chamois leather, incl. combination chamois leather (excluding glacé-tanned leather subsequently treated with formaldehyde and leather stuffed with oil only after tanning) (HS code 411410)
  • Bovine and equine leather, dehaired, prepared after tanning, incl. parchment-dressed (excluding leather of whole bovine hides, with a surface area of <= 2,6 mý, full grains and full grain splits, chamois leather, patent leather, patent laminated leather and metallized leather) (HS code 410439)
  • Grain splits leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of the portions, strips or sheets of hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410792)
  • Full grains leather, unsplit and grain splits leather, in the dry state "crust", of hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, without hair on (excluding further prepared) (HS code 410441)
  • Leather of whole hides of bovine animals, with a surface area of <= 2,6 mý, dehaired (excluding chamois leather, patent leather, patent laminated leather and metallized leather) (HS code 410410)
  • Chamois leather, incl. combination chamois leather (excluding glac‚-tanned leather subsequently treated with formaldehyde and leather stuffed with oil only after tanning) (HS code 410800)
  • Bovine leather, dehaired, mineral or synthetic pre-tanned only, whether or not split (excluding leather of whole hides, with a surface area of <= 2,6 mý) (HS code 410422)
  • Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of goats or kids, without wool or hair on, whether or not split (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 411310)
  • Patent leather and patent laminated leather; metallised leather (excluding lacquered or metallised reconstituted leather) (HS code 411420)
  • Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of reptiles,, whether or not split (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 411330)
  • Patent leather and patent laminated leather; metallized leather (excluding lacquered or metallized reconstituted leather) (HS code 410900)
  • Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of antelopes, deer, elks, elephants and other animals, incl. sea animals, without wool or hair on, and leather of hairless animals, whether or not split (excluding leather of bovine and equine animals, sheep and lambs, goats or kids, swine and reptiles, and chamois leather, patent leather, patent laminated leather and metallised leather) (HS code 411390)
  • Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting incl. parchment-dressed leather", of sheep or lambs, without wool on, whether or not split (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather)" (HS code 411200)
  • Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting "incl. parchment-dressed leather", of pigs, without hair on, whether or not split (excluding chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 411320)
  • Full grains and full grain splits of bovine and equine animals, dehaired, prepared after tanning (HS code 410431)
  • Bovine leather, dehaired, vegetable pre-tanned only, whether or not split (excluding leather of whole hides, with a surface area of <= 2,6 mý) (HS code 410421)
  • Leather of reptiles, vegetable pre-tanned only (HS code 410721)
  • Leather "incl. parchment-dressed leather" of the portions, strips or sheets of hides and skins of bovine "incl. buffalo" or equine animals, further prepared after tanning or crusting, without hair on (excluding unsplit full grains leather, grain splits leather, chamois leather, patent leather and patent laminated leather, and metallised leather) (HS code 410799)
  • Parings and other waste of leather or of composition leather, not suitable for the manufacture of leather articles; leather dust, powder and flour (HS code 411520)
  • Composition leather based on leather or leather fibre, in slabs, sheets or strip, whether or not in rolls (HS code 411510)

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Turkey leather export values

In 2019, Turkey sold leather with a value of 152.04m USD, a decrease of -0.81% from 2018's total leather export of 153.283m USD. The yearly change in value of Turkey leather between 2017 to 2018 was 4.248 per cent.

The annual change in the quantity of Turkey's leather exports between 2017 and 2019 was 27.26 percent when compared to a variation of 9.131% in the growth rate between 2018 and 2019.

Turkey's share of the world's total leather's exports in 2019 was 1.5%. Turkey is ranked position 13 in world exports of leather.

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Export markets for Turkey leather ( in '000$ )

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Import/Export Trends

Turkey is a net exporter of leather. The annual growth of Turkey leather in value between 2015 to 2019 was 24%, per annum, while annual growth in quantity through the same period was 19%, per annum.

Turkey brought in 5,645 tonnes of leather in 2019.