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Trade Data Report: Denver Based Echostar Technologies- Trade Profile & Shipments

Echostar Technologies and Imports from Countries

Echostar Technologies, a large technology company, owns a fleet of satellites. Echostar Technologies is the parent company of Dish Network. It supplies Dish Network, the second largest pay TV provider in the United Staes, with satellite access, set-top boxes, and receivers. Echostar actually owns the technology side of Dish Network and has fifteen satellites in orbit, named EchoStar I, II, III, IV, etc. The spin-off of Dish Network occurred as recently as December 2007. EchoStar located in the Denver MSA (click here for Denver’s Market Profile) is the top importer in the area.

They have a 12 month estimated waterborne import value of 140 million dollars of material. With PIERS Prospects we can view the countries that these enormous amounts of imports are coming from. Out of the 140 million dollars worth of equipment,  China was the number one country that Echostar Technologies bought from, with an estimated value of almost 79 million dollars. Hong Kong, a city-state of China, accounted for the most other imports at 61 million dollars. It is safe to say that Echostar is getting virtually all of its 140 million dollars worth of imports from China.

Echostar’s Top Imported Commodities

Echostar’s top imported commodity at 95 million dollars worth in a 12 month picture was HS code: 852810, color television receivers. The second most imported product was HS code: 847330 parts and accessories for ADP machines and units. ADPs are automatic data processing machines and units. They include optical readers and machines used for transcribing data into data media. The parts and accessories for these ADPs are the second most valued import with an estimated value of  37 million dollars worth imported over a 12 month range. WIth PIERS Prospects we can see all the top commodities and respective estimated value.

Echostar’s Shipping History 

A more in-depth view of Echostar’s imports is available. We can view the entire shipping records for countries.  A full excel data sheet of Hong Kong’s shipping record to Echostar over 12 months is available for download at the bottom. If we look at the five most recent shipments from Hong Kong, we see that 3 out of five were the color television receivers commodity and 2 out of the last 5 were parts and accessories for automatic data processing machines. Download the detailed records of Echostar’s 124 imported shipments from Hong Kong.

Echostar’s Bill of Landing from Hong Kong

We can also view the individual bill of landings for an even more detailed look at the company and products. The most recent bill of landing from Hong Kong was selected, with the products of color television receivers. Note that any bill of landing is available with requests sent to this blog. With this bill of landing we have an transparent view of all the data available for a single shipment, vessel’s name, carrier, port of landing, foreign port, and weight. We can see the foreign company suppling the good, which in this case was Echostar trading partner Tiger Technology Inc. We can see phone numbers and addresses. Also included is a commodity and container information of what the description of the product is. Using PIERS we could do the same for Tiger Technology and many other companies.

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