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Find potential customers and contact decision-makers by accessing our database of over 1 million global buyers.How we help suppliers →
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Law firms, investors, consultants, and the press use Panjiva to investigate companies, trade records, and global trade trends.How we help researchers →
Search for companies that buy or sell a product, or look up a company by name. Our patented approach to working with customs data returns the best search results so you can quickly get from 10 million companies down to a manageable list.
Decide if a supplier is right for you by browsing products provided by suppliers and discovered by Panjiva.
Create a qualified list of buyers or suppliers quickly by narrowing your search with 11 filters including location, certification, and contact information availability.
Save your search and receive automatic alerts every time we add a new company that meets your requirements. Panjiva adds new data and companies weekly.
Keep tabs on a competitor, or qualify a potential trading partner, by seeing who they’re doing business with.
See exactly what a company makes, thanks to product photos gathered from the web and suppliers on our platform.
Access the emails or phone numbers on over 10 million companies.
View detailed, line-by-line records of shipments (bills of lading) and export them to excel or csv. Amount of data per profile may vary
Whether you’re targeting buyers, suppliers, NVOCC’s, or carriers, Panjiva makes it easy to identify the best sales prospects, learn more about their business, and make contact. Also excellent for keeping track of competitors.
Build a report listing companies operating in your lanes. Trade lane reports are easy to create and you can have them automatically delivered to your inbox.
See shipments of any commodity being imported or exported, identify who’s buying, selling, and moving the goods, and graph trends over time.Learn more →
“Call it the revolution that wasn’t, but it looks like e-cigarettes might be getting stubbed out. Global trade data site Panjiva reported recently that shipments of e-cigarettes entering US. ports have been declining since late 2013. Meanwhile, shipments of actual tobacco—you know, the carcinogenic stuff that kill you—have actually been on the rise…import data clearly does not tell the whole story. But it may give us advanced warning of a pending slowdown. If anything, the soaring U.S. dollar should have caused a nice bump in shipment imports, which clearly has not happened. And looking at the bigger picture, lower shipments today mean than retailers might be projecting lower sales tomorrow.”More press articles →