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Danone, L’Oreal imports could submerge in U.S.-French tensions

France has recalled the ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia after a deal was announced for Australia to build submarines using U.S. nuclear technology instead of purchasing vessels from France. The French have called the move a “stab in the back” and if the disagreement continues it could ea... Read more →

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bioMérieux expands test kit supplies, faces higher freight costs

Medical testing supplier bioMérieux reported Q4’20 revenues which rose by 14.2% year over year, helped by its COVID-19 testing product range. The firm expects a similar rate of growth in 2021. Panjiva’s data shows U.S. seaborne imports linked to the firm rose by 27.3% year over year in Decembe... Read more →

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Global trade recovery may be more fragile than it appears

U.S. manufacturing continued to expand in January, based on the latest ISM survey, though there are challenges. The ISM reports a machinery firm stating that it is facing “huge logistics challenges, especially in getting products through ports and in getting containers”. The problem is unlikel... Read more →

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Export order expectation rebound takes a breather

U.S. manufacturing sentiment improved in December, according to the latest ISM survey, dragging up import order expectations to 57.5% (where over 50% indicates expansion) from 55.1% a month earlier. Panjiva’s U.S. seaborne data shows shipments likely rose by 22.1% year over year in December, s... Read more →

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Hapag-Lloyd plans for winter pandemic drag on Europe-U.S. trade

Hapag-Lloyd has cancelled a planned sailing from southern Europe to the U.S. for Dec. 29, which the container-line says is “due to lack of cargo because of the current COVID-19 situation and as part of the winter program”. Hapag-Lloyd’s handling of freight between ports on the route in France,... Read more →

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Manitou set to give wind powered shipping a lift

Manitou will ship its materials handling machines from France to the U.S. on Neoline’s sail-power ferries. Sailings will “begin in the coming months” and will slash Manitou’s greenhouse gas emissions on the route, leading the industry’s efforts to cut emissions via a mix of cleaner fuels and h... Read more →

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