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Global Sourcing Results

Use Datamyne to diversify sources and find qualified suppliers.

Datamyne is rich in information about the volumes, values and flows of global buying and selling. You can use this resource to plan and execute effective sourcing strategies.

Our customers use our sourcing data to track market trends in commodities and production inputs, identify and evaluate competitive sources around the world, find and qualify overseas trading partners, and monitor cross-border supplier relationships.

1. Map the global flow of shipments of an import or feedstock

Current data shows the dominant sources for an import commodity (example shown: US imports of guar gum are led by India) …

… while year-over-year data indicates emerging sources (example shown: Pakistan gains as an exporter).

2. Identify major (and minor) sourcing alternatives

The data on US imports yields over 75 US consignees (including distributors and end users) …

… and 60 suppliers for guar gum.

3. Analyze shipment data to qualify potential sources

Look at volumes, values and timing of shipments by source as well as logistics and buyers (including, perhaps, your competitors) as captured on bills of lading.

4. Select sources that hedge against your supply chain risks

You might choose an up-and-coming supplier from an emerging source country for geographic diversity. Or line up mid-size alternatives to a dominate provider (example shown: our Datamyne Profiles feature provides in-depth background on supplier India Glycols Ltd.).

Take a Test Drive with U.S. Trade Data. See for yourself the power of Datamyne.



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