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Covering trade & transport, with tips on using import-export data to advantage

Category Archive: Imports

Global Shipping Crisis: Managing Supply Chain Risk More Complicated as U.S. Imports Hit Record High

A somewhat positive short-term outlook for the American economy and continued strong consumer spending helped push U.S. container imports into new record territory in May 2022. The spike will likely make managing supply chain risk all the more complex especially when taking into account uncertainties stemming from the effects…

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Four Key Steps to Supply Chain Resilience in Today’s Rapid-Fire Shipping Disruptions

Economic downturns, trade conflicts, a pandemic, the shipping crisis, and a hot war in Europe – global supply chain disruptions now come in rapid-fire, tsunami-scale waves. Global trade intelligence can help companies reroute and rebuild supply chains today and craft nimble resiliency strategies with ready options for dealing with…

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