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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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Shipbuilding exports reach lowest since 2017 despite China order recovery

China’s shipbuilding industry recovered somewhat in April with new orders up by 1.8% and deliveries rising 9.6% compared to a year earlier. Yet, that was driven entirely by domestic orders – export orders fell by 7.4%. That’s not a surprise given worries about the finances of the global shipping industry. Taking Chinese exports alongside those from South Korea and Japan shows total exports fell by 36.7% to their lowest level since November 2017. The prior low came in the wake of the financial failure of Hanjin Shipping.

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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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HP’s COVID-19 recovery may be measured in months not weeks

HP Inc. has faced a wide range of supply chain challenges due to COVID-19 linked factory closures, but is “largely back to full capacity by early May” according to CEO Enrique Lores. While production may be up to speed, the time taken to ship between countries by sea means shipments arriving in the U.S. are still in decline. Panjiva’s data shows U.S. imports linked to the firm from China fell by 26.4% year over year in April, offset in part by a 28.8% rise in those from Asia ex-China. Disruptions will continue into the quarter starting May 1 according to CFO Steven Fieler. The group’s product lines will recover at different rates, with U.S. seaborne imports of printing machines only declining by 9.1% year over year in April while shipments of monitors fell by 25.6%.

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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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ZIM set to address finance, faces tough start to Q2 on Canada-U.S. lanes

ZIM Shipping reported a 3.4% expansion in revenues for Q1 as the container-line balanced a 4.5% drop in volumes handled against an improvement in shipping rates. Like other shipping firms, ZIM faces a volatile outlook and is having to address financing. The firm will “expand its potential liquidity sources by means of improved payment terms with vendors, enhanced efforts of collection from customers and disposal and / or refinancing of assets.” The increase in achieved rates shows a disciplined approach to market share and was helped by its shipping cooperation with Maersk and MSC. Going into Q2 though it is facing a more challenging outlook. Volumes shipped from Canada to the U.S. by ZIM fell by 12.9% year over year in April after surging in Q1 due to shipments for Bunge and Unilever among others. Elsewhere a 14.7% drop in shipments from Europe to the U.S. was only partly offset by a recovery in shipping from China.

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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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Canada first is the last thing U.S. aluminum smelters need, tariffs could return

The American Primary Aluminum Association has complained that an exemption from tariffs granted to Canada is “destroying what remains of the U.S. industry”. The exemption from section 232 duties was granted as part of U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement negotiations in 2019 and may be hard to withdraw as USMCA comes into force from July 1. The APAA’s concerns are borne out by the data. Utilization rates in the U.S. aluminum industry dropped to 72.9% in Q4’19 from 78.4% in Q3 while U.S. imports of aluminum from Canada surged by 58.8% year over year in tonnage terms in March. That made Canada the largest supplier of aluminum to the U.S. Shipments from Mexico to the U.S. meanwhile fell by 2.3% in Q1 and by a further 15.5% in April as COVID-19 industrial lockdowns came into play. While shipments linked to Tenaris fell by 16.2% in April, those associated with Ternium and ArcelorMittal actually climbed despite the disruptions.

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