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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 →


Avocados avoid logistical mush

Fans of guacamole, avocado toast, and cinco de mayo narrowly missed experiencing supply chain issues firsthand as the U.S. temporarily banned imports of avocadoes from Mexico. The restriction was spurred by death threats made to an on-site U.S. Agriculture inspector who among other things chec... Read more →


Santa ramps up toy imports in November

U.S. imports in November were at least 2,854 thousand TEU, Panjiva data accessed on Dec 12 shows, down 4.7% month to month from October. While slower, this was still 6.3% higher than November 2020, and shows that elevated U.S. imports are still in place even after the usual October peak. This ... Read more →


Ferrero, Callebaut hit sugar highs in Q3

Children across the U.S. celebrated Halloween this past weekend, traveling around the neighborhood, dressed up as fanciful characters, to collect candy. Not even a children’s holiday can escape the grasp of supply chains and logistics, however, as an analysis of Panjiva data on chocolate shows... Read more →


September shows slower growth; holiday trends emerge

Imports to the U.S. in September grew by 5.1% year over year, or 17.4% when compared to 2019. The month continues the streak of exceptional import activity, now compared to the surge of late last year rather than the early year downturn. China was the top source of import growth, increasing by... Read more →


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 →


Healthcare and staples join technology in August import slowdown

U.S. imports increased by 4.4% from July to August, or 11.2% year over year. This was an 18.1% increase compared to 2019, indicating that the import surge is more than a pandemic recovery. August was also the second highest month of U.S. imports on record, albeit the slowdown in growth. This h... Read more →


IKEA, Adidas, seek recovery in Vietnam as new outbreak looms

The Vietnamese army has increased lockdown measures designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country as the tragic outbreaks intensify. These measures, essential to bring the virus under control, will likely have impacts throughout global supply chains, especially manufacturers that swit... Read more →


Supply chain inflation bow wave washes into Q3’21

Global supply chains have been beset by cost inflation since late 2020 with a wide range of commodities continuing to experience rising prices, up 0.5% as of August 13. This inflation is not limited to commodities, as import price data shows the prices of key manufacturing components like plas... Read more →

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