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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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Volkswagen carrier sinks imports

The Felicity Ace, a car carrier that caught fire in February has finally sunk. The car carrier, which had cars from Porsche and Bentley onboard, caught fire off the Azores before drifting and subsequently sinking while being towed away from the area. The crew evacuated the vessel successfully,... Read more →

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Shimano could face higher costs if US-EU steel rhetoric plays out

The US and EU have criticized environmentally unfriendly steel exports from China in follows to the Section 232 deal last month. This could be both an initiative to extend the EU’s carbon border policies to the U.S. as well as a way to pressure China as the Phase 1 agreement from the U.S. – Ch... Read more →

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ZIM, MSC lead 2M import growth in October

Carriers have continued to benefit from the surge in imports, increasing profits over previous years due to a positive volume and rate environment. This totaled 48.1 billion in Q3 and will likely impact the strategy and plans of carriers into the new year. Carriers are likely warry of allowing... Read more →

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September shows slower growth; holiday trends emerge

Imports to the U.S. in September grew by 5.1% year over year, or 17.4% when compared to 2019. The month continues the streak of exceptional import activity, now compared to the surge of late last year rather than the early year downturn. China was the top source of import growth, increasing by... Read more →

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Healthcare and staples join technology in August import slowdown

U.S. imports increased by 4.4% from July to August, or 11.2% year over year. This was an 18.1% increase compared to 2019, indicating that the import surge is more than a pandemic recovery. August was also the second highest month of U.S. imports on record, albeit the slowdown in growth. This h... Read more →

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