Bi-lateral Trade and Transportation Demand
Bilateral Trade Flows
For special clients on an ad hoc basis the QuERI Global Trade and Transportation model can be updated and revised providing clients with an integrated global model of bilateral trade flows measured in erms of value, volume, and by transportation modes. This data set covers 86 countries and regions for 64 commodities. This data set covers total global trade as it is derived from HS96 data, covering 2 digit and 4 digit commodity groups for 180 countries. It is fully balanced with nominal topline data for each country roughly similar to nominal totals. Missing data and differences in classifications and valuations apparent in the raw data have been smoothed out.
Forecasts are based on commodity data and forecast developed as part of the QuERI Integrated Global Industry and Trade model. Other variables important in the econometric models used to project long-term trends in trade between factors includes prices and exchange rates, as well as general global economic trends are introduced. Contact us for a complete list of Bilateral Trade Products and Countries Available.
Value-based bilateral trade data sets – 86 x 86 x 64 commodities, 1990-2025, Unit: Nominal US dollars and 1995 Constant US dollars.
Maritime Trade Data – 86 x 86 x 64 commodities,1990-2025, Unit: TEUs,
Ocean Weight (Metric Tons), and Containerized Weight (Metric Tons)
Air Freight Flows – 86 x 86 x 64 commodities,
1990-2025, Unit: Air Value and Air Metric Tons
1) Profiling likely markets and potential competition by highlighting bilateral trade flows
by alternative sources of supply.
2) Port and Airport studies including measuring likely future flows in and out of the port or airfreight market as part of any feasibility studies for expansion or improvements.
3) Route planning for major ocean freight and air freight carriers.