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Toro stocks up for a hot summer

Outdoor tools maker The Toro Company reported FQ2’21 (to April 30) revenues which climbed 23.6% year over year due to “robust broad-based demand” across the firm’s professional and residential products according to CEO Richard Olson. The firm has also had to deal with “escalating supply chain ... Read more →


Donaldson turns to near sourcing to navigate supply chain storms

Donaldson Company, a maker of filtration and exhaust systems, released FQ3’21 (to April 30) revenues which climbed 21.5% year over year, beating analysts’ expectations by 8.1 percentage points. Panjiva data’s shows a large surge in imports as well with growth of 61.2% year over year. CEO Tod C... Read more →


Fish the latest frontier in U.S.-China rivalry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a Withhold Release Order covering imports associated with Dalian Ocean Fishing in regards to allegations of forced labor. This is the 34th active measure against China using the tool since 1992 and the 10th since the start of 2020. It will further test... Read more →


Trade recovery looks fragile as industries, countries diverge

The global recovery in merchandise activity appears widespread but may be fragile. U.S. exports for example climbed 50.4% higher year over year and by 6.3% compared to 2019 in the month of April. Yet, most of that recovery was down to food / agriculture and industrial supplies which climbed by... Read more →


CMA CGM’s express plans may run into Yantian gate closure

The port of Yantian, Shenzhen, China reportedly halted acceptance for incoming export containers for several days “due to increasingly serious delays in vessel schedules”. That was the result of both a shortage of manpower and the knock-on effect of offloading delays at overseas ports. U.S. se... Read more →

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