September 2014 Trade Data: Up Over Last Year

  • By Emily
  • · October 20, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were down in September from August, but still there was a measurable year over year increase. This September showed levels of imports +7% above imports in September 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed -3% from August 2014 to September […]

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August 2014 Trade Data: New Highs

  • By Emily
  • · September 29, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were up in August from July, and there was a measurable year over year increase. This August showed levels of imports +4% above imports in August 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed +1% from July 2014 to August 2014. […]

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The Surprising Things That Trade Data Can Reveal

  • By Katelyn
  • · September 17, 2014
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Here at Panjiva, we pride ourselves on our comprehensive database that serves as a valuable information source for those with a stake in global trade. In addition to the business value Panjiva offers, as data geeks, we are also often captivated by the cool data findings and trends our technology uncovers. For instance, this week […]

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July 2014 Trade Data

  • By Emily
  • · August 21, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were up in July from June, and there was a measurable year over year increase. This July showed levels of imports +2% above imports in July 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed +5% from June 2014 to July 2014. […]

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Panjiva Releases Q1 2014 Trendspotting Report

  • By Emily
  • · August 15, 2014
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Panjiva recently released a new version of its Trendspotting report, which is a quarterly look at emerging trade trends. For this report, the Panjiva data team analyzed data from Q1 2014. Following a strong economic pick-up in Q4 2013, values for both imports and exports fell during Q1. Imports dropped 5.42% and exports 3.84% over Q4 2013, though […]

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Using Shipment Data for Compliance: The Panjiva API

  • By Emily
  • · July 29, 2014
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We do some pretty amazing things with data on Panjiva. For example, our Network View tool gives you a complete visual read on trade relationships. And our Trends tool provides an easy view of products coming into the U.S. over the past seven years. Some of our clients have expressed interest in being able to build tools like these […]

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Cross Posted from Arachnys: Arachnys announces first premium data integration

  • By Emily
  • · July 28, 2014
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This is cross posted from the Arachnys blog at http://blog.arachnys.com/, it is a post by Arachny’s CEO David Buxton. Arachnys has just announced the integration of Panjiva trade data into their product. Arachnys announces first premium data integration By: David BuxtonFrom today customers will be able to access the full Panjiva bills of lading database through […]

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June 2014 Trade Data

  • By Emily
  • · July 23, 2014
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The word from the Panjiva research team: imports to the U.S. were steady in June from May, though (again) there was a measurable year over year increase. This June showed levels of imports +6% above imports in June 2013. The numbers of these shipments coming into the U.S. changed +.03% from May 2014 to June […]

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Introducing the Panjiva API

  • By Emily
  • · July 22, 2014
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Panjiva now provides access to our trade data via an API – an Application Programming Interface. This means that you can write programs to extract Panjiva information into your own database. This is an incredibly powerful tool; it grants access to Panjiva’s cleaned and multifaceted data to enable you to build your own proprietary tools […]

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