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The global import export information you need to take your business across borders.
The global import export information you need to take your business across borders.

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New Harmonized Tariff Codes Debut in 2017 – Changes to HTS codes in 2017 impact our monthly HS code chemical rankings reports (by U.S. import and export trade). Newly defined HS products appear in our top 25 rank for January. Read more about these newly classified and top-traded chemicals in our latest blog: http://www.datamyne.com/blog/trade-policy/change-continuity-new-tariff-codes-debut/ 

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Read about Descartes Datamyne, "a leading provider of cloud-based trade data content solutions that allows companies to analyze import and export trade activity" in Forbes, featured as Descartes' latest Content as a Service (CaaS) offering.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevebanker/2017/04/20/an-outside-in-view-of-your-supply-chain/#1ab20cbe4bb9

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Descartes Datamyne's Maritime Market Insight shows market views of the current US supply-demand and competitive landscape for the transport and logistics industry. Clients can work with our team to create dynamic reports via customized dashboards which can capture market penetration and growth potential.

Learn more about Maritime Market Insight: http://www.datamyne.com/maritime-market-insight/

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Could the Pacific Alliance become the vehicle for the economic ties across the Pacific Rim that were the aim of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)? Find out in our latest blog: http://www.datamyne.com/blog/markets/pacific-alliance-expansion-plans/ 

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On March 17, Brazil’s federal police raided meat packers accused of paying off inspectors to okay rotten and adulterated meat for market. Within days Brazil, the world’s top meat processor, reported its meat exports had dropped to $75,000 from a daily average of $63 million.

Read more on our blog: http://www.datamyne.com/blog/markets/brazilian-meat-exports-skewered-operation-weak-flesh/

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NVOCC US Import TEU Share Nears 39 Percent: http://www.datamyne.com/blog/transport/nvocc-us-import-teu-share-nears-39-percent/

Our bill-of-lading data shows that ocean carriers brought 20,953,723 TEUs in imports to US ports last year; of these, 8,127,694 TEUs were contracted by non-vessel operating common carriers – or NVOCCs. Read about why the NVOCC share is growing here: 
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http://www.datamyne.com/datamyne-quick-look-at-us-import-export-trade/

Download or latest free report: US Import-Export Trade 2012-2016

The report is based on US data: shares of imports by top regional sources, and exports by regional destinations; top 10 country sources for imports and destinations for exports; and top 10 imports and exports (6-digit HS code) ranked by FOB US$ value, year by year. The chart below is US import and export trade by FOB value USD from 2007 to 2016.

Download the full report here: http://www.datamyne.com/datamyne-quick-look-at-us-import-export-trade/
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View our new lead generation tool featuring search criteria and filters selected specifically for freight forwarders and customs brokers that serve US importing companies. http://www.datamyne.com/freight-forwarder-lead-generation/

Search Features for US Import Bills of Lading:
Trade lane
Range of TEU or shipment counts (US imports)
Zip code radius
Less than container load shipments (LCL)
Products shipped
SIC and NAICS code
Carrier
And more!

Quickly export a list of relevant companies into Excel. Request a demo to try it out today!

http://www.datamyne.com/freight-forwarder-lead-generation/

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Download our latest and popular report covering the import and export trade of the Mercosur countries for all of 2016 in our Quick Look at Mercosur Trade report. Click Here to Download: http://www.datamyne.com/mercosur-import-export-free-report/

The Mercosur trade bloc comprises Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela, and promotes free trade and the fluid movement of goods, people, and currency.

Datamyne’s international database covers the trade of 17 countries in Latin America, including detailed information from Mexico and Brazil.

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Happy New Year from Datamyne. We put together a list of our top blogs, free reports, news and infographics in 2016. Thanks for following!
http://www.datamyne.com/datamynes-top-content-2016/
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