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Ever Forward stops short

The Ever Forward has run around in the Chesapeake bay, potentially leaving the vessel stuck in the mud for the foreseeable future. The vessel, which had visited Baltimore prior to the incident, was likely in route to Norfolk, and marks the second time a high-profile Evergreen vessel has ended ... Read more →


Guess guesses correctly with early orders

Guess reported their fiscal Q4 earnings, reporting a 23.4% year over year increase in revenue that missed analyst expectations by just 0.7%. Panjiva data shows that imports increased by 33.3% in that same period, aligning with an 18.8% year over year change in inventories. The increase in acti... Read more →


Xbox keeps growth up through the holidays

Imports of video games have fallen over the past months, down 18.1% year over year in January and 9.7% year over year in Q4. This indicates that imports likely came in early as companies adapted to the extended lead times indicative of logistics recently. Not all brands have been hit evenly, h... Read more →


US February imports record-breaking anew

U.S. seaborne imports were up 6.9% year over year, down 5.5% from January. Factoring in February’s shorter days, however, indicates that imports increased to 90,315 per day, above January’s 86,363 per day. This marks a record in TEU per day in February, even though the effects of the Lunar New... Read more →


Qurate, Mattel may feel effect of Shenzhen lockdowns

Several districts in Shenzhen have instituted COVID-19 lockdowns, Supply Chain Dive reports, in an effort to stamp out the spread of the virus in that region. The restrictions, which cover around 17 million people, come at a bad time for logistics networks that were hoping to recover from the ... Read more →


Hyundai, digital forwarders top February

U.S. import growth by volume increased to 6.9% year over year in February, overcoming the downward pressure created by the Lunar New Year holiday. Asian routes drove that growth, with imports originating ports other than China up by 17.2% year over year. Chinese ports followed, increasing impo... Read more →


Inflation keeps growing as shipping rates dip

Shipping rates out of China have likely providing some relief to shippers even if still elevated. This accounted for a drop of 5.6% in rates out of China on average since the week of February 11, up 1.3% since the beginning of the year. Rates to the U.S. west coast and Europe followed this tre... Read more →


Revlon beautifies its supply chains

Revlon, a maker of cosmetics and personal products, announced Q4 earnings reporting a 1.8% fall in revenues that fell short of analyst expectations by 4.7%. Profits increased and inventories fell, however, indicating that the company may be operating more efficiently, especially as Panjiva dat... Read more →


Volkswagen carrier sinks imports

The Felicity Ace, a car carrier that caught fire in February has finally sunk. The car carrier, which had cars from Porsche and Bentley onboard, caught fire off the Azores before drifting and subsequently sinking while being towed away from the area. The crew evacuated the vessel successfully,... Read more →

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