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20201030-seb-origins

SEB brews up a recovery with Chinese cookware, Columbian backup

SEB SA, the maker of Moulinex and Krups kitchen appliances, saw a recovery in revenue growth to 1.1% year over year in Q3’20. A further expansion is expected with the firm’s CFO, Nathalie Lomon stating there is a “favorable trend for cooking products and booming e-commerce.” U.S. seaborne impo... Read more →

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JDE Peet’s Brazilian coffee shipments perk up ahead of IPO

JDE Peet’s initial public offering of shares comes as the coffee producer and retailer faces a challenging market for food service supplies in the wake of COVID-19 as well as falling coffee prices. The latter have dropped by 24.3% year to date while global coffee exports fell by 1.4% year over... Read more →

20200505-coffee-global

Nestlé, J.M. Smucker Mexican coffee exports grind downwards

Global coffee exports cooled in March with a 3.7% year over year decline in supplies reversing a 0.1% rise in the prior three months. That was largely due to a 20.9% drop in exports from Colombia as well as a 9.1% drop in shipments from Mexico. Mexican exports have steadily declined over the p... Read more →

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FedEx Looks For Golden Opportunity in Colombia

With airfreight currently in a downturn – there was a 3.4% year over year drop in volumes handled globally in May due to the U.S.-China trade war – freight forwarders and airlines are looking for alternative sources of growth. FedEx for example is adding a new route serving the Colombian airpo... Read more →

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Atlas Copco, Suzano May Face Disruption From MSC’s Drug Bust

Container-line MSC has temporarily lost expedited customs accreditation from the U.S. government after $1.1 billion of cocaine was discovered on one of its vessels. That could result in disruptions for all MSC shipping until the accreditation returns due to extra inspections. MSC’s shipments f... Read more →

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Trump’s Colombian Ambition May Be Sated With Jets and Cars

The administration of President Trump may soon launch its first renegotiation of a Latin American trade deal, starting with Colombia. The move is not a surprise. Such renegotiations are a long-standing part of the administration’s policy and Colombia is the only Latin American trade deal count... Read more →

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