Using Shipment Data for Compliance: The Panjiva API

  • By Emily
  • · July 29, 2014
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We do some pretty amazing things with data on Panjiva. For example, our Network View tool gives you a complete visual read on trade relationships. And our Trends tool provides an easy view of products coming into the U.S. over the past seven years. Some of our clients have expressed interest in being able to build tools like these […]

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Cross Posted from Arachnys: Arachnys announces first premium data integration

  • By Emily
  • · July 28, 2014
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This is cross posted from the Arachnys blog at http://blog.arachnys.com/, it is a post by Arachny’s CEO David Buxton. Arachnys has just announced the integration of Panjiva trade data into their product. Arachnys announces first premium data integration By: David BuxtonFrom today customers will be able to access the full Panjiva bills of lading database through […]

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June 2014 Trade Data

  • By Emily
  • · July 23, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were steady in June from May, though (again) there was a measurable year over year increase. This June showed levels of imports +6% above imports in June 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed +.03% from May 2014 to June […]

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Introducing the Panjiva API

  • By Emily
  • · July 22, 2014
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Panjiva now provides access to our trade data via an API – an Application Programming Interface. This means that you can write programs to extract Panjiva information into your own database. This is an incredibly powerful tool; it grants access to Panjiva’s cleaned and multifaceted data to enable you to build your own proprietary tools […]

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May 2014 Trade Data

  • By Emily
  • · July 7, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were steady in May from April, though there was a measurable year over year increase. This May showed levels of imports +4% above imports in May 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed +1% from April 2014 to May 2014. […]

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Chinese Trade Data: Trade Relations Revealed

  • By Emily
  • · June 19, 2014
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Understanding Trends with Chinese Data We know that data, used correctly, can produce great insights. Panjiva’s technology is making it easier to access, understand, and gain insights from data. To that end, we’ve recently enhanced the amount of Chinese trade data on our platform, and we’ve created a new, macro distillation of the data.  Panjiva […]

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Find Customers with Panjiva’s Chinese Trade Data

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 18, 2014
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Last year, Panjiva announced the addition of Chinese Trade Data to our platform, providing unmatched insight into trade with China. This enhancement allowed Panjiva customers to access Chinese import and export data, find previously unknown companies doing business in and with China, and to identify emerging trade trends in China. Today, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve […]

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3 emails + 3 phone calls = customers!

  • By Bob Gates
  • · June 5, 2014
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Learn the Panjiva Formula for Success — a simple way to help you win new customers.  In studying the habits of users who regularly find new customers with Panjiva Connect, we discovered a simple formula for success: 3+3 =customers. Our General Manager, Bob Gates, explains how the 3+3 formula works inthis video. When you’re ready to […]

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April 2014 Trade Data: Onward and Upward

  • By Emily
  • · May 29, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were up in April from March. This April showed levels of imports +9% above imports in April 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed 11% from March 2014 to April 2014. Previous years’ March to April changes: +23% in 2013, […]

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