Guam Import Report for September 2011


Guam – As usual, Food and Non-Alcoholic beverages top the list of island imports making up 31.55% of the total or about $20.7 million dollars.

READ the September Import Report HERE

According to the latest report from the Bureau of Statistics and Plans, the top 3 categories of imports are:

1. FOOD & NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES            $20,716,854          31.55%

2. OTHER IMPORTS                                                 $12,071,985          18.38%
[this group includes fuel imports]

3. TRANSPORTATION & PARTS                            $10,813,790           16.47%

And, according to the report, over the past 3-years the annual estimated value of imports to Guam ranged between $583 to $687 Million.

What is a Guam import?

It is something brought in from the United States or a foreign country, intended for sale or trade in Guam.

Agents from the Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency (GCQA) process imports at its service centers located at the Port Authority of Guam and Guam Airport cargo area.