Key Market Indicators
Polish imports of phosphate are forecast to drop 1.1% annually over the next five years, reaching $101.5 million in 2026. In 2021, Poland was the eighth-largest importer, with an import value of $108.2 million. Mexico held the top spot, followed by the United States, Indonesia, and Lithuania. Polish exports of phosphate skyrocketed 198.9% in 2019, reaching $28.2 million. Since 1999, exports have declined 38.4% annually on average. In 2019, Poland was the 36th-largest exporter, with Macedonia leading the way. Jordan, Russia, and Peru rounded out the top four.