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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.

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Panalpina’s Mexican Airfreight Move Comes as Querétaro Traffic Takes Off

Freight forwarder Panalpina is expanding its airfreight network to include Querétaro, Mexico. That comes as Mexican airfreight exports have climbed 10% in the past three months on a year earlier and by 7% annually over the past three years. Exports from the Querétaro region are dominated by aerospace, with jet engines alone accounting for 57% of shipments in the past year (of which 47% points went to the U.S.). Panalpina’s growth opportunities include targeting exporters in the electrical equipment and auto-parts industries.

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Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.

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ABB Keeps Stride With China’s March of the Robots

ABB has inaugurated its fourth industrial robotics center in China to ensure its continued relevance in the market as the Chinese government pushes towards its “Made in China 2025” target. Chinese demand for industrial robots remains strong with a 32% rise in imports in the three months to February 28 on a year earlier. ABB also needs the sales boost after its shipments to China rose just 9% in the past three months vs. 22% in the prior three quarters. So far its shipments to the region have been led by power network equipment (15% of total shipments in the past 12 months, sourced from Germany) and transmission systems (8%, mostly from Japan).

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Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.

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Too Much of a Good Thing? COSCO Shipping’s Post Merger Market Share Options

COSCO Shipping’s bid for Orient Overseas has taken a step closer to completion after it received NDRC approval in China. The remaining obstacle is CFIUS clearance in America, which may require the disposal of port assets at Long Beach. The next question is whether the combined entities’ competitive behavior needs to change. Looking at routes into the U.S. both have aggressively built market share, with COSCO’s volumes up 12% in the three months to April 30 while Orient Overseas has seen a 24% surge. That’s left lanes from the big five China ports accounting for 52% of their total U.S.-bound shipping, which may need to be reduced given the resulting density of economic and political risks. Two ports where there may be unnecessary overlap are routes out of Yantian (both companies have a 14% share of traffic) and Shanghai (COSCO 21%, Orient Overseas 13%).

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Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.

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Ikea Plays It Cool As Surging Furniture Industry Frets About Trump’s Tariffs

U.S. furniture sales breached $10 billion, seasonally adjusted, for the first time in April after a 6% rise on a year earlier. The share of imported furniture fell, however, with imports equivalent to 44% of sales being down from a peak of 51% in January. Seaborne shipments fell 7% in April, reflecting a 16% slide in imports from China. That likely reflects concerns about potential duties on Chinese furniture as part of President Trump’s targeted $100 billion of products to apply section 301 duties against. The more recent rapprochement between the two countries reduces that risk. Ikea bucked the trend with U.S. seaborne imports from China having increased by 21% in the three months to April 30 vs. its total imports which grew 13%.

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