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Panjiva Research has been discontinued as of March 23, 2022. Thank you for your readership over the past five years. We hope you will explore the Journal of Commerce, now an S&P Global publication following the completion of our merger with IHS Markit.


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Expeditors may feel impact of ONE container loss

The boxship MV Madrid Bridge, operated by ONE, suffered a container collapse and loss in the Atlantic on its way to New York, Port Technology reports, rerouting to Charleston for repairs and to offload remaining damaged containers. The ship, which departed from Singapore and transited the Suez... Read more →

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Panjiva 2022 Outlook: At the tipping point

2022 is likely going to be an eventful year for trade, regardless of the outcome. One of the first indications of that direction may be the lunar new year holiday in Asia, traditionally when factories (and thus exports) slow down. In 2022, this may give carriers, ports, and other logistics par... Read more →

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ZIM leads 2M, Ceva imports surge in November

Carrier and forwarder markets in November were affected by the continuing rise in ocean freight rates, up 1.2% on average after a lull in October. China to U.S. west coast routes were particularly affected, up 4.2% week to week as of Dec 10, and up 23.8% since the end of July. Other routes imp... Read more →

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Samsung, LG could get a break in Los Angeles traffic

The Biden Administration announced a deal with the Port of Los Angeles and labor unions to expand operations in the port to 24/7. This will likely boost capacity of the port to handle incoming shipments, but could also expose other points of congestion in the supply chain like warehouse space ... Read more →

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Suez scarring improves appeal of new Orient Overseas service

Orient Overseas has launched a new, rail-and-sea containerized freight service from Xi’An in China to the U.S east coast via Bremerhaven in Germany. That may prove attractive to shippers that faced disruptions as a result of the Suez Canal blockage earlier in 2021. It may also help maintain Or... Read more →

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ZIM Shipping, MSC face attention in FMC’s surcharge inquiry

The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has launched an “expedited inquiry” into port congestion charges, targeting eight container shipping which represented 50.2% of U.S. seaborne imports of containerized freight in Q2’21. That follows: a surge in “freight all kinds” (pre-surcharge) rates; a wi... Read more →

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