Panjiva

By Jeff Berman · June 29, 2016
May shipments––at 954,000––saw a 10 percent jump over April and a 1.5 percent annual gain, which was boosted by furniture and auto parts imports, despite slow growth in China. This output marked the best ever month for May going back to 2007 based on Panjiva data, as well as its highest monthly shipment level since August 2015.
By Josh Bond · June 8, 2016
Less than half of survey respondents -- down 20% over three years -- are optimistic about prospects for global trade.
By Jeff Berman · June 8, 2016
As was the case in the previous two years, the optimism of respondents towards global trade continued to dip, with 45 percent of the survey’s respondents optimism about prospects for global trade this year, which is down from 2015’s 55 percent and 2014’s 64 percent.
By Jeff Berman · June 2, 2016
The pace of United States-bound waterborne shipments on a year-to-date basis through April is mildly mixed compared to the same period a year ago, according to recent data issued by Panjiva.
By Jeff Berman · April 29, 2016
March shipments at 798,180 trailed February by 12 percent and were down 19 percent annually.
By Jeff Berman · April 29, 2016
March shipments at 798,180 trailed February by 12 percent and were down 19 percent annually. For the entire first quarter, shipments were relatively flat annually, rising 0.27 percent to 2,587,988.
By Jeff Berman · February 23, 2016
Aided by favorable annual comparisons, United States-bound waterborne shipments began 2016 on a good note, according to data from Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers.
By Jeff Berman · February 23, 2016
Aided by favorable annual comparisons, United States-bound waterborne shipments began 2016 on a good note, according to data from Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers.
By Jeff Berman · January 20, 2016
Full-year 2015 shipments––at 10,844,363––were up 0.14 percent annually which Panjiva said was much lower than previous years, when U.S. imports showed strong annual growth at a time when the economy was still recovering from a shipment drop that was intact throughout 2008.
By Jeff Berman · January 20, 2016
Full-year 2015 shipments––at 10,844,363––were up 0.14 percent annually which Panjiva said was much lower than previous years, when U.S. imports showed strong annual growth at a time when the economy was still recovering from a shipment drop that was intact throughout 2008.
By Jeff Berman · December 21, 2015
November shipments at 874,646 were off 4 percent compared to October’s 913,543 which fared better than a 12 percent dip for the same period in 2014.
By Jeff Berman · November 23, 2015
The total number of October shipments at 913,543 was flat compared to September, which was consistent with growth patterns in recent years, with 2014 up 2 percent, 2013 up 3 percent, and 2012 down 1 percent.
By Jeff Berman · November 23, 2015
The total number of October shipments at 913,543 was flat compared to September, which was consistent with growth patterns in recent years, with 2014 up 2 percent, 2013 up 3 percent, and 2012 down 1 percent.
By Jeff Berman · October 26, 2015
Coming off of August, which saw both sequential and annual gains ahead of July, September shipments faltered, with total shipments at 913,757 down 8 percent compared to August and down 4 percent annually.
By Jeff Berman · October 26, 2015
Coming off of August, which saw both sequential and annual gains ahead of July, September shipments faltered, with total shipments at 913,757 down 8 percent compared to August and down 4 percent annually.

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