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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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Union Pacific’s pop-up plans could help cut consumer goods congestion

Union Pacific plans to open a new rail terminal near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for shipping multimodal freight to the Chicago area. The rail operator will start with a “pop-up” operation which will “reduce truck traffic on California’s road” as well as “cut drayage costs” for importers. Union Pacific has seen a surge of multimodal traffic in 2021 with handling of containers and trailers up by 8.6% and 29.0% respectively in Q1’21 followed by growth of 34.8% and 52.3% in April, partly reflecting comparisons to the pandemic-lockdown period a year earlier. There were 435,850 TEUs of containerized freight imported to Los Angeles and Long Beach with destinations in the 200 km around Chicago in the 12 months to April 30. Major users of the routing include consumer goods firms which have been expanding rapidly including Spectrum Brands and Wolverine World Wide with growth of 138% and 15.0% year over year respectively in the four months to April 30 versus a year earlier.

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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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Vivo battery ban may drag on Indian phone supply surge

Container line Ocean Network Express has joined various airlines in refusing to carry Vivo’s Y20 mobile phone or batteries due to recent fires linked to the model. That could slow Vivo’s recent growth in emerging markets. That growth can be seen in Indian imports of the firm’s phones which climbed 28.5% higher year over year in the three months to Feb. 28 and by 49.0% in February alone. Vivo’s expansion has been similar to that seen across the industry, with total Indian imports of phones and parts up by 31.2% year over year in February. The expansion has been led by a 65.1% jump in shipments linked to Apple and a 130% rise in those associated with OPPO Mobile.

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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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Adidas spends to hurdle supply chain challenges, Puma leaps ahead

Adidas reported Q1’21 revenue growth of 20.2% year over year in Q1’21 despite “industry-wide supply-chain challenges”. The firm’s CFO, Harm Ohlmeyer, noted that “freight rates are already up significantly and might see further increases given the container shortages that we have seen” though the firm is still willing to pay those higher costs to ensure deliveries to customers. U.S. seaborne imports linked to Adidas climbed 17.3% year over year in Q1’21 before rising by 11.0% in April. The latter was however still 13.7% below the same period of 2019. Adidas’s rival Puma grew somewhat quicker, with an expansion of 200.8% year over year in April equivalent to a 119.3% rise versus April 2019. Nike meanwhile grew by a more sedate 8.2% in April versus a year earlier.

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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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U.S. supply chain activity throttles back after record month, still powers ahead

U.S. seaborne, containerized import activity jumped 25.5% year over year in April and by 19.3% compared to the same period of 2019. While that was slower than the rate seen in March, the average 94,000 TEUs per day handled was still 3.5% higher than the peak season (three months to Nov. 30). Shipments from China grew fastest at 42.6% year over year while those from Europe improved by 19.6% with the impact of the Suez Canal closure only just starting to be felt. Consumer demand is still leading the way, with a 47.9% year over year jump in imports of consumer discretionary products led by shipments of furniture and household appliances. Healthcare products and consumer staples such as cleaning products rose by 44.4% and 24.1% respectively as the need to tackle the pandemic continued to boost demand. The industrial sector is also expanding rapidly, though shipments of chemicals and industrial machinery only rose by 2.4% and 2.9% respectively.

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