onPanjiva in the Press

  • By Josh Green
  • · July 28, 2009
  • ·

Thought I’d pass along coverage of the onPanjiva program.  As a reminder, the deadline for nominations is August 31st.   If you know of information providers whose data would be valuable to global trade decision-makers — or if you want to nominate your own organization to publish data onPanjiva — take 30 seconds and nominate now. […]

Read more →

The onPanjiva Program

  • By Josh Green
  • · July 20, 2009
  • ·

Today, we are very excited to announce the launch of the onPanjiva program. Through this program, information providers can apply to publish their information on the Panjiva platform. If there’s information that you’d like to see onPanjiva, take 30 seconds and nominate an information provider now.  More about the program can be found at http://on.panjiva.com. […]

Read more →

40th Anniversary of the Moon Landing

  • By Josh Green
  • · July 20, 2009
  • ·

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the moon landing, we took a look at what NASA imports.  Turns out the space agency has received about thirty waterborne shipments from overseas in the last two years. Not surprisingly, phrases that appear most frequently in the descriptions of shipments to NASA include “electronic equipment”; “scientific equipment”; […]

Read more →

June Trade Data: Treading Water

  • By Josh Green
  • · July 13, 2009
  • ·

The word from Panjiva’s research team: June trade data looked a lot like May trade data.  Specifically, between May and June, there was a 1% decline in the number of global manufacturers shipping to the U.S. market. Similarly, the Panjiva Watch List numbers were unchanged: The percentage of significant manufacturers on the Panjiva Watch List […]

Read more →

Lear: A Post Mortem

  • By Josh Green
  • · July 7, 2009
  • ·

Earlier today, Lear Corp., a major supplier to the auto industry, filed for bankruptcy protection.  Lear has a global supply chain, so the Panjiva research team took a look at its shipment history to see if there were tell-tale signs of the company’s demise.  See below.  Major drop-off in January, and it moved onto the […]

Read more →