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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.


Bad Times for Shipbuilders Mean Good Times for Shipping Companies

Chinese shipbuilding had a poor end to 2016, with the orderbook for new vessels dropping below 100 million dwt for the first time since at least 2011. That leaves under 29 months of work as a result of new orders that were just one tenth the level seen in December 2013. A similar contraction has been seen in South Korea and Japan – new vessel deliveries fell 14% on a year earlier in November on a 12 month trailing basis. This capacity discipline should be good for shipping rates, though COSCO’s recent $26 billion financing raises the risk that the discipline will be eroded.

Research on Manufacturing Industries

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Beer Good, More Beer Better for Railroads

Railroad operator Union Pacific has pointed to U.S. beer imports as a driver of volume handling growth in both 2016 and 2017. Panjiva data shows U.S. beer imports increased 7% in the three months to November 30 after 14 straight months of growth. This was dominated by Mexican imports, which are carried by rail and climbed 13% in November. The production and export of beers from Mexico is dominated by Constellation brands, which produces Corona for the U.S. market. It saw 69% growth in the fourth quarter while Heineken increased just 4%.

Research on Economics

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Volatile Spanish Exports Take a Step Forward

Spanish export growth has been erratic, rising 9% in November on a year earlier after dropping 2% in October and climbing 9% in August. Growth in November was broad based and led by capital goods. Shipments to the U.K. were a let down, having fallen 2%, though at least Spain has a relatively low exposure to Brexit. Exports to North America climbed 8%, driven by a 21% rise in seaborne shipments including building materials. A similar pattern occurred in December with 25% growth including paper products, though furnishings and engine parts were weaker.

Research on Politics

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Trump Brings More Wind, Less Sun to the Renewables Industry

U.S. imports of solar power equipment fell 30% on a year earlier in December, Panjiva data shows, to the lowest since July 2015. Total fourth quarter imports were therefore 0.7% lower than a year earlier. That likely reflects the fossil energy / net export policy of the new U.S. administration. Wind turbines did better, with a 4% increase, but the fourth quarter was still 45% down. Imports of China had a comeback, jumping to their highest since May 2016, potentially due to an ICT order for a review of Commerce’s May 2012 tariff decision. Flextronics was one of the few exporters to expand shipments, rising 5% in the fourth quarter, though Hanwha-Q Cells remains the largest.


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