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Washington export activity

Value of Washington exports

2019 ($ Millions)

Industry Value
Total all Industries $60,122
Civilian Aircraft, Engines & Parts $25,355
Soybeans, Other than Seed $4,094
Wheat and Meslin, Nesoi Corn (Maize), Other than Seed CornCorn (Maize), Other than Seed CornvvvWheat and Meslin, Not Duram, Other than Seed $2,496
Petroleum Oils, Oils from Bituminous Minerals $1,725
Corn (Maize), Other than Seed Corn $1,334
Potatoes, Including French Fries, Prepared or Pres $883
Ultrasonic Scanning Apparatus $820
Apples, Fresh $733
Flours and Meals of Soybeans $717
Forage Products, NESOI, Including Rutabagas $500

1997 to 2019
Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • Between 1997 and 2005, Washington exports averaged of $40 billion of goods per year.
  • Between 2004 and 2008, total exports jumped from $34 billion to $55 billion due largely to a doubling of transportation equipment exports. The leveling off in 2008 was a result of a disruption in aircraft orders due to a protracted labor/management dispute. The slowdown in 2009 exports was due to the global recession.
  • Transportation equipment, primarily aircraft and parts, accounted for over 42.2% of Washington exports in 2019.
  • Washington has consistently ranked in the top states in exports during the last decade, and in 2019 ranked 5th in total value of exports behind Texas, California, New York and Louisina.

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Last modified: May 22, 2019
E-mail: OFM.Forecasting@ofm.wa.gov

Last updated
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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