Supply Chain Research — Panjiva

Supply Chain Research

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Supply Chain Edge: Athleisure swims after flying

Athleisure apparel supply chains are changing rapidly, both in terms of tactical measures, such as the use of air freight discussed by Lululemon, and strategic decisions regarding regional sourcing. Apparel supply chains are in flux more broadly, with new subsidies from the government of India... Read more →


Supply Chain Edge: Vietnamese sneakers slip

Key findings this week: Layoffs at a major footwear supplier in Vietnam raise questions about the state of supply chains in the apparel industry — a downturn has already begun. The Home Depot’s cautious outlook is borne out by rapidly softening trade flows in hand and power tools. Europe’s ene... Read more →


Energy, corn, chips drive late surge in US exports to China

Trade rhetoric is starting to rise again between the U.S. and China. While not to the levels seen during the U.S. China trade war, actions like the joint U.S. EU statement on steel and the Chinese application to the CPTPP show that disagreements remain unresolved. One aspect that may come back... Read more →


Canada helped by supply chain inflation, hindered by chip crunch

Canada’s international trade activity inched 0.6% higher year over year in February after an import contraction of 2.8% was offset by a 4.1% improvement in exports. The latter outpaced the United States’ 5.1% downturn and largely reflects the two countries’ differing exposures to commodities. ... Read more →

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