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Panjiva Research has been discontinued as of March 23, 2022. Thank you for your readership over the past five years. We hope you will explore the Journal of Commerce, now an S&P Global publication following the completion of our merger with IHS Markit.


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Philips diversifies transport, wants visibility from suppliers

Koninklijke Philips, a maker of consumer and professional medical devices released Q4 results, reporting a 17.6% year over year fall in revenue that was 0.4% higher than analyst expectations. Panjiva data associated with the firm shows that seaborne imports fell by 2.9%, while inventories incr... Read more →

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Santa ramps up toy imports in November

U.S. imports in November were at least 2,854 thousand TEU, Panjiva data accessed on Dec 12 shows, down 4.7% month to month from October. While slower, this was still 6.3% higher than November 2020, and shows that elevated U.S. imports are still in place even after the usual October peak. This ... Read more →

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Danaher cuts imports; PPE down from pandemic highs

Imports of masks to the U.S. have settled from pandemic highs, down 86.6% year over year in July and August combined, while imports of gloves have seen more sustained growth, up 164.3% in the same two months. Imports are still relatively higher than 2019 levels, however, by 18.8% for masks and... Read more →

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Reduced by WRO, Top Glove imports face competition

Top Glove, a maker of rubber gloves, was freed from a withhold release order issued in July 2020, alleging forced labor in Malaysian manufacturing. Imports of gloves, of which 70.8% in 2020 came from Malaysia, had fallen by 75.7% year over year by Q2 and 85.2% year over year in July and August... Read more →

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Maersk’s new service may bring Deichmann, H&M back to Chennai

Maersk is reconfiguring its Asian services, including those from India to Europe, aimed at “improving speed to market, providing higher predictability and offering more flexibility” as well as bringing “resilience to the customers’ supply chains”. That follows a slew of disruptions to shipping... Read more →

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