Shipping between canada and South carolina
Shipping between Canada and South Carolina
Canada and South Carolina operate a relationship primarily centred around vehicle and advanced manufacturing. The Automotive and Aerospace sectors are well intertwined, with over a third or trade being related to these industries. Canadian-owned companies employ close to 20,000 workers in South Carolina. Some of the larger companies include Magna, Aecon and Canfor. Magna has major operations in South Carolina, with 5 plants that employ close to 3000 people, producing product for the various car manufacturers that operate plants within the state. Along with Canadian owned companies based in SC, Canada is also a key supplier for many parts of the manufacturing supply chain in SC. Some of these exports include wood pump, yarns and fiber, and various industrial plastics and chemicals.
Canada imports $3.8 billion in goods to South Carolina annually. The largest imports are equipment & machinery at 28%, followed by plastics & rubbers at 28%. Other imports include minerals, metals and chemicals. Canada exports $3.2 billion in goods from South Carolina annually. Key exports include plastics & rubbers at 21%, followed by chemicals at 15%. Other exports include energy, agricultural and forest products.
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