Sales of all goods/products to Sri Lanka from Jul 2016 to Apr 2017 accounted for £0.05 billion, which were carried out in 2,822 shipments.
Trades that were worth less than £1 million accounted for £46.8 million of this total, which were carried out in 2,799 shipments.
This means that if we exclude the top 0.82% of shipments, the rest had an average value of just £16,721.39. The breakdown of these smaller trades is shown in the chart on the right for the top 10 categories.
1,529 shipments went by air (67% of them via London Heathrow) and the other 1,250 went via sea ports.
3.4% of the shipments used customs special procedures (Inward Processing or Outward Processing Relief or Re-exports). Most shipments of goods to most destinations do not use these special procedures.
The top 10 categories of goods for smaller shipments (below £320k, and between £320k and £1m) to Sri Lanka are shown below.
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