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Trade

By Jeff Berman · September 18, 2018
August shipments, at 1,084,726, were down 1.4% compared to July’s 1,096,835 and were up 1.4% annually. All months in 2018 have seen growth, with the exception of a 0.2% decline in March, which was the first one going back to a 7.7% annual drop-off in February 2017. On a year-to-date basis through August, shipments are up 5.2% annually at 8,065,607.
By Patrick Burnson · September 5, 2018
As global shippers are painfully aware, keeping on top of the shifting trade agreement banter and subsequent disruptions has added a new layer of complexity to logistics management. Leading analysts from all sides of global networks are sharing their perspectives to help shippers get a handle on the new reality.
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By Ryder · September 5, 2018
In this report, you’ll learn why companies are making a move to nearingshoring operations in Mexico, challenges companies face in the industry today when it comes to cross-border logistics, and solutions to overcome the disruption and achieve a world class logistics operation.
By John D. Schulz · August 9, 2018
Major multinational shippers and North American transport interests are warning the Trump Administration to tread softly on its increasing tariffs on aluminum, steel and other products or it will threaten the current sweet-spot economy.
By Rosemary Coates · July 9, 2018
After three rounds of failed trade negotiations, a trade war between the U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies, begins today. China’s Ministry of Commerce has announced that China will fight back against the U.S. by imposing retaliatory tariffs on imports to China such as American soybeans and autos. Other countries including Canada, Mexico, and the EU are already fighting back after the imposition of tariffs a few weeks ago.
By John D. Schulz · June 7, 2018
Political bluster aside, logistics professionals on all sides of the border agree that careful planning, attention to detail and good partnerships are all key to continued, efficient cross-border transit—no matter who’s in the White House.
By Jeff Berman · April 18, 2018
Global express delivery and logistics services provider DHL said this week that the most recent edition of its quarterly Global Trade Barometer continues to trend in the right direction, with various indicators pointing to a strong global trade outlook.
By Jeff Berman · March 19, 2018
February shipments, at 949,198, rose 13% annually, marking the fastest rate of growth going back to February 2016, topping January’s 7.7% annual increase, which was the best annual growth rate going back to April 2017 at that point. Through the first two months of 2017, total U.S.-bound waterborne shipments are up 10.3% compared to the same period a year ago at 1,958,188.
By Michael Gravier · March 9, 2018
Many alarmists are ringing the bell on President Trump’s recent announcement on Trade Wars. Some speculate that it will severely hurt our economy and therefore our supply chain and some think it won’t. It’s time to face the truth – the U.S. economy doesn’t make up such a large percentage globally and in fact, has been on the decline since World War II ended.
By Jeff Berman · December 11, 2017
November shipments were up 3.9% annually to 979,797 topping October’s 1,016,892. Import volumes have been up for nine consecutive months and 16 of the past 17 months. In 2017, U.S.-bound shipments have been up every month except for February.
By Jeff Berman · December 11, 2017
November shipments were up 3.9% annually to 979,797 topping October’s 1,016,892. Import volumes have been up for nine consecutive months and 16 of the past 17 months. In 2017, U.S.-bound shipments have been up every month except for February.
By Jeff Berman · October 19, 2017
September shipments were up 4.9% annually at 976,605. While this is down compared to August’s 1,066,698, the annual improvement is ahead of August’s 2.2% annual spread.
By Jeff Berman · October 18, 2017
September shipments were up 4.9% annually at 976,605. While this is down compared to August’s 1,066,698, the annual improvement is ahead of August’s 2.2% annual spread.
By Rosemary Coates · September 25, 2017
Tariffs would dramatically increase the cost of solar panels in the U.S., making the solar industry less competitive against fossil fuels like natural gas and coal
By Rosemary Coates · September 5, 2017
Before a manufacturer labels a product “Made in USA,” it is important to be sure the product meets federal and state regulations for labeling. Unfortunately, the regulations can be vague, complicated and subject to interpretation.

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