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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.

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Suez Pile-up Comes as Transits Climb, Vessels Get Heavier

Shipping through the Suez Canal has been disrupted by a sequence of vessel groundings and collisions started by a container-vessel. That highlights the physical disruption risks faced by the logistics industry. It follows a 4% increase in the number of shipments through the canal in the past 12 months on a year earlier to reach the highest since August 2010 in May. The scale of vessels is also rising with the average size of containerships having risen by 7% annually in the past three years.

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Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.

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Autos Retaliation Risk May Galvanize Senators To Act Against Trump’s Trade Powers

The Trump administration’s section 232 review of the automotive industry may prove to be a race between the Commerce Department’s investigation and the Senate’s attempts to limit the President’s trade policy powers. Public hearings in the national security review are scheduled for July 19. Sen. Portman (R-OH) may introduce legislation to apply a stricter definition of “national security” and shift responsibility for that decision to the DoD. One challenge to the national security definition in the recent steel and aluminum review was that traditional allies including NAFTA, the EU, South Korea and Japan were not exempt. The four accounted for 94% of U.S. vehicle imports and 74% of parts in the past 12 months. They may retaliate with duties on the $32 billion of U.S. vehicle exports which could hurt employment in Senators’ states ahead of the midterm elections. The most exposed states are South Carolina (17% of U.S. auto exports), Alabama (14%), California (14%) and Michigan.

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Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.

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Panalpina Earns the Reward For Slower Ocean Revenue Growth

Panalpina reported 2Q revenues that grew 11% on a year earlier. That was 2% points slower than analysts expected for the freight forwarder. A 1% decline in ocean freight volumes compared to a market rise of 4%, similar to the pattern seen in the U.S. where inbound volumes rose 2% vs. 5% for all forwarders. That may also partly reflect a lower-than-average exposure to China-U.S. lanes ahead of the July 6 tariffs (though the picture for airfreight was less marked according to management). The focus on profits over market share can be seen in the improvement in the firm’s EBITDA margin to 2.8% from 2.5% a year earlier as well as an 8% outperformance of analysts forecasts. CEO Stefan Karlen expects the recovery to persist given the container-lines continue to face “structural oversupply” and hence rates are unlikely to rise.

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Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.

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Metals Retaliation-Squared Risks Tariff Spiral For Surgeons and Engineers

The USTR has launched five WTO disputes regarding retaliatory duties against America’s section 232 steel and aluminum reviews. That raises the prospect of additional duties on $28.5 billion of imports. The process is complicated by the ongoing section 301 tariff spat with China as well as NAFTA negotiations which are due to restart later this month. Canada and Mexico accounted for $13 billion and $3 billion respectively of the products targeted. For Mexico that followed a 35% surge in exports to the U.S. in the three months to May 31 to set a new record. Finding products to retaliate against in Mexico may be a challenge for the U.S. given the need to avoid: disruptions to cross-border supply chains; consumer goods ahead of the midterms; and automotive products which are subject to a separate review. Products that may make the cut include power control systems ($3.7 billion of Mexican exports to the U.S.) in the past 12 months, surgical equipment ($3.3 billion) and PC storage systems ($1.9 billion).

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