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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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Savannah Follows TexiCali Trends as Container Growth Accelerates

The port of Savannah saw a 17% growth in container handing in June. That was the eighth straight month of growth, and the fastest rate of expansion since June 2015. Import growth of 17% beat exports’ 8% increase in a similar pattern to that seen in California and Texas. The overall growth rate was the same as Charleston’s and was also driven by higher imports from Asia. A one-third rise in imports from China reflects the impact of the Panama Canal widening, which will begin to dissipate after the recent anniversary of the Canal’s expansion.

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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Foxconn Factory Addresses Close-to-Customer Need as Panel Trade Slows

Electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision (Foxconn) will open a new LCD panel factory in the U.S. The plant will take four years to build, and is not a surprise given previous company commentary. Panjiva data shows U.S. imports of display panels increased 8% in the second quarter, led by a 20% jump in exports from China. Foxconn was the number two shipper after Qisda in terms of shipments. Chinese exports globally grew slightly more quickly in the past quarter, by 9%, but are unchanged on three years before. With South Korean exports having fallen 8% over the longer term period it appears the panel market may be in decline. That justifies a closer-to-customer strategy, assuming increased mechanization of the production process.

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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Daimler, BMW Fear of Trump Dissipates as German Optimism Hits 2011 Highs

German managers’ export optimism hit the highest since February 2011 in July following a fourth straight improvement in sentiment. The fastest rate of improvement has been in autos, where a net 35% of managers see growth from -10% in December. That would suggest fears of the Trump administration applying tariffs have subsided. A similar pattern was seen in the metals industry, indicating hopes that the U.S. steel review will leave German steelmakers untouched. The improving sentiment in Germany matches the multi-year highs seen in France and the U.K. – a sign European export growth should continue.

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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Taiwan Trade Talks with U.S. May Focus on Drugs in Tough-to-Cut Deficit

The U.S. and Taiwan will hold trade talks this week. These are part of a series of bilateral discussions with Asian countries, set up by the Trump administration, which also include China, Japan and Malaysia. As is the case with those countries Taiwan runs a surplus in trade with the U.S., worth $14 billion in the past 12 months. The U.S. negotiators will want to boost exports to address this surplus.

That will be far from easy however. Exports in the arms, aerospace and semiconductor industries are already significant. Increased sales of pharmaceuticals are possible, where Taiwan is a below-average size customer for the U.S. That might only add $310 million of exports however. Agricultural trade is a risk if anything – there is local pressure to reduce imports of U.S. meat.

The U.S. does have leverage in the steel industry. This represented $3 billion of imports from Taiwan, and could easily be restricted in the ongoing “national security review” of the industry by the U.S.

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