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20210608-toro-seasonal

Toro stocks up for a hot summer

Outdoor tools maker The Toro Company reported FQ2’21 (to April 30) revenues which climbed 23.6% year over year due to “robust broad-based demand” across the firm’s professional and residential products according to CEO Richard Olson. The firm has also had to deal with “escalating supply chain ... Read more →

Donaldson-season

Donaldson turns to near sourcing to navigate supply chain storms

Donaldson Company, a maker of filtration and exhaust systems, released FQ3’21 (to April 30) revenues which climbed 21.5% year over year, beating analysts’ expectations by 8.1 percentage points. Panjiva data’s shows a large surge in imports as well with growth of 61.2% year over year. CEO Tod C... Read more →

20210521-ships-macro

China winning boat-building book as Japan resorts to tax breaks

The shipbuilding industry faces a mixture of near- and long-term challenges. Competition remains fierce with the Japanese government offering incentives to the sector as restructuring continues, most recently between Tsuneishi Shipbuilding and Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding. Japanese exports of compl... Read more →

20210519-hapag-origins

Hapag-Lloyd adds India-U.S. service after unsatisfactory Q1

Hapag-Lloyd may have failed to capitalize on the recent shipping volume boom, with CEO Rolf Habben Jansen stating “the development of the transportation volume was somewhat unsatisfactory” in Q1’21. U.S. seaborne imports linked to the firm rose by just 3.5% year over year in April, with shipme... Read more →

20210518-brexit-macro

Brexit baggage continues to weigh on U.K. trade activity

U.K. trade and customs policies remain in flux. The government plans to tighten import regulations to levels commensurate with the EU-U.K. Trade & Cooperation Agreement from October onwards. Yet, it is also reportedly reconsidering current trade arrangements for Northern Ireland and may implem... Read more →

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