Descartes Datamyne has been featured by more than 120 media outlets in over 20 countries, including Reuters, Yahoo! Finance, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and CNBC, along with industry stalwarts such as Freightwaves, Global Trade, American Journal of Commerce, and gCaptain.
See our Global Shipping Report Resource Center and find out why the news media relies on Datamyne for global trade data and insights.
Significantly Reduce Your Supplier Import Duty Costs
Leverage an advanced HTS duty and tariff analysis tool to significantly reduce your supplier import duty costs, enhancing your competitive edge and further enabling international growth.
This online tool enables fast, accurate product HTS classification code search and review, as well as side-by-side tariff cost comparisons of opportunities with the help of a landed cost calculator.
- Access HS code data to 160+ countries
- Cross reference regulations and trade policies
- Search customs rulings
- Look up explanatory notes
- See duties and tariffs
- Review free trade and preferential trade agreements
- Calculate landed costs
- Share information and collaborate across the organization
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Also see the complete guide on Building Supply Chain resilience.
How Descartes Datamyne Works
To compete successfully in today’s business world, organizations require the latest available global trade data to generate the market intelligence needed to enhance their competitive edge. For example, our most popular U.S. maritime imports are refreshed daily with master and house bill of lading (BOL) data released 24 hours after receipt from Customs, making it first to the marketplace.
Datamyne in Action
Descartes Datamyne helped the Port of Halifax
“The data on U.S. shipments is both comprehensive and timely, and we can react upon research results quickly. With so much competition, you must be fast. It’s difficult to imagine how we could have competed as effectively over the years without having quick access to such information.”
– Rob McInnes,
Manager of Business Development, Port of Halifax