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Supply Chain Edge: Slower, steadier and smoother

Evidence from US seaborne imports shows that supply chain activity continues to slow, further reducing pressure on supply chains. US containerized imports fell by nearly a quarter in March versus a year earlier, led by consumer durable goods. The S&P Global PMI for manufacturing supplier deliv... Read more →


Hapag-Lloyd adds India-U.S. service after unsatisfactory Q1

Hapag-Lloyd may have failed to capitalize on the recent shipping volume boom, with CEO Rolf Habben Jansen stating “the development of the transportation volume was somewhat unsatisfactory” in Q1’21. U.S. seaborne imports linked to the firm rose by just 3.5% year over year in April, with shipme... Read more →


Athleisure, Pakistan the winners as apparel trade loses ground

The apparel industry has been left behind in the recent recovery in U.S. retail sales. This report looks at recent trends in categories and supply chains underpinning that setback. U.S. seaborne imports of apparel, footwear and textiles fell by 1.6% year over year in January after rising by 9.... Read more →

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