Denmark’s exports totaled USD 108.2 billion in 2020, dropping -1.5 percent from the previous year. Denmark sold products worth USD 109.9 billion in 2019, according to export data.
Denmark was the 35th largest exporting country in the world in 2020, according to Danish trade data. With a population of 5.8 million people, the value of Denmark’s exports in 2020 equated to almost USD 18,700 for each resident.
Pharma goods, machinery, electrical machinery, optical equipment, digital, medical equipment, meat, and fish are among Denmark’s biggest export goods, according to Denmark shipment statistics. Denmark also exports the most commodities to Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Norway, the UK, the USA, China, and Poland, according to trade data.
The country serves as a major trading hub for the Baltic Sea. Denmark’s geographical features encourage the expansion of sea trade. Denmark has 400 islands and a total coastline of 7000 kilometers. As a result, sea transport is a potential source of income. Denmark has continuously ranked among the top ten maritime countries in the world. It is now the fifth-largest marine shipping country in the world.