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“One driver for the atypical May import gains centers on the recent resolution of the West Coast port labor dispute, which created turbulence on various levels, included delayed and held up shipments, and repositioning of supply chain distribution patterns by shippers, among others. Another factor is the less-than-stellar beginning to 2015 in terms of overall economic production, especially in the first quarter.More press articles →
Panjiva’s research team was excited to see the increase in shipments during the month of May, especially after a weak April. Maritime imports to the United States rose 7% from April and 3% year-over-year. Additional notes: April to May has shown little change in the past three years. Previous month-over month changes were 0% in […]More in the blog →