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Exports of Peruvian chullos exceeded US$ 143,000 between January and May 2022

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The export of Peruvian chullos reached US$143,962 in the first five months of the year, which means an increase of 13.9% in relation to the same period last year, when the figure amounted to US$126,396, reported the Association of Exporters (ADEX).

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In the ranking of destinations, the US leads the list, with US$120,178, which meant a year-on-year growth of 16.2% (US$104,444) and accounted for 83% of all shipments.

Canada followed, with US$7,340; United Kingdom, with US$ 4,415; Italy, with US$2,774; Australia, with US$2,260, among others from a total of 16 destinations.

“This typical garment also reached countries like China, France and Chile. For less than US$1,000, they were sent to Spain, Hungary, Japan, Brazil, Ecuador, Norway, El Salvador and Slovakia”, they commented from Adex.

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According to the statistics of the Adex Data Trade Commercial Intelligence system, Peru exported chullos woven with alpaca fiber, baby alpaca, sheep’s wool and acrylic yarn, among others. In addition, they were produced in Arequipa, Puno, Lima, Cusco, Tacna, Junín and Áncash. Also in the constitutional province of Callao.

The main companies that marketed this garment abroad are Altiplano Knits SAC, Aymara Art Association, Baby Alpaca Cía. SAC, Exportadora y Negocios Bell SAC, Peruvian Sun SAC, Cllamalpaca SAC, Artes Creaciones Perú SAC, Classic Alpaca SAC, María Fashion EIRL, Export Soñado EIRL, among others.

Finally, the union highlighted “the good performance of these products due to their beautiful colors and designs, the quality of their supplies and because they provide shelter even on the coldest days, which generates high demand in international markets.”

Source: Larepublica

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