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The inhibiting effects of region’s varying coronavirus conditions have been transmitted globally through trade relations—and are evident in maritime and shipping prices and processes.

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Comprehensive ship information on the global commercial vessel fleet made up of ships of 100 gross tonnage and above. Each data instance is a full latest snap of the data taken weekly at Friday 6:10 AM UTC.


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January 24, 2022
Markets in Motion: Supply Chain Pressures Persist

While much of the world is rebounding from the COVID-19 crisis’ economic downturn, global supply chains are facing continuing pressures from pandemic-prompted changes in consumption patterns, surging demand for goods, shortages of workers, and pre-existing political pressures—leading to high shipping volumes and freight costs. Analysts expect disruptions to persist through 2022.

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Panjiva supply chain intelligence brings you unrivaled data on every stage of the global supply chain. From manufacturers and buyers to shipping and logistics, get the trade coverage you need to stay ahead of the competition.