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2018 Review: 12 Events That Shaped Global Supply Chains

A year of turmoil in global trade policy, the logistics sector and industrial supply chains provided fodder for over 1,600 Panjiva research articles in 2018. Boiling those down to one per month based on readership revealed 12 significant events in 5 broad themes. (1) The most significant was t... Read more →


10 Most Read Panjiva Research Reports in April 2018

The deteriorating state of trade relations between the U.S. and China featured in seven of the top 10 articles read by Panjiva’s subscribers in April. President Trump’s section 301 review suggested duties on $46.4 billion of products across 1,333 categories (led by TVs and cars). That drew imm... Read more →


10 Most Read Panjiva Research Reports in February 2018

President Trump’s decision on steel and aluminum tariffs will likely prove to be the biggest global supply chain news of March, but the groundwork was set in February. The most-read research for the month focused on our deep-dive analysis of the Commerce Department’s initial recommendations as... Read more →


10 Most Read Panjiva Research Reports in September 2017

Logistics resilience, and specifically the terrible results of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, was the preoccupation for our readers in September. Hurricane Irma’s disruption of 10,600 TEUs of daily handling pales when compared to Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico. The day-to-day business ... Read more →


10 Most Read Panjiva Research Reports in August 2017

August proved to be a tumultuous month for the logistics industry and trade policy. Our readers’ interest in the logistics industry focussed on consolidating market power in the NVOCC sector, alongside comments from DSV that it is looking for new acquisitions. An attempt to quantify Hurricane ... Read more →


20 Most Read Panjiva Research Reports in July 2017

Consolidation returned to the logistics industry in July, with our readers’ most read articles including the state of the NVOCC and container-line sectors as well as COSCO Shipping’s bid for Orient Overseas. A focus on trade policy was inevitable, with the Trump administration considering its ... Read more →


20 Most Read Panjiva Research Articles in June 2017

Trade policy remained a favorite with our readers in June, with putative sanctions against Venezuela and our preview of a long summer of trade policy events being the most read items. The Trump administration remained busy in terms of meetings – with summits with India and South Korea a focal ... Read more →

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