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Global Trade Intelligence from IHS Maritime & Trade gives you access to US and international trade data for today, tomorrow and the future.

Our trade data offers clients access to new business opportunities with the ability to generate quality leads in minutes; search importers and exporters by company, commodity, HS or SIC code; gain a comprehensive, ranked view of international buyers and sellers; leverage Dun & Bradstreet detailed company information; download company search results or Bill of Lading details by company and more.

Below is an overview of the services provided and our experts and latest content.

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PIERS

PIERS trade data is the leading provider for comprehensive US waterborne trade data with 100% coverage of US imports and exports.

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Global Trade Atlas (GTA)

The Global Trade Atlas (GTA) compiles official import and export statistics from sources around the world into a comprehensive database of merchandise trade. Build credible predictive models and make forecasts based on consistent data with 20 years of history.

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World Trade Service (WTS)

Identify trade and transport opportunities with access to long-term trade and transportation data outlooks for 106 countries and regions, across 201 commodities and 16 trade concepts.

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Market Intelligence Network (MINT)

Actionable, commodity market intelligence providing the complete picture of energy cargo trade flows. Forecast commodity imports, quantify volumes of floating storage and assess the impact of operational disruptions at port facilities.

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Aug 24

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IHS Maritime & Trade Blog

Oct 17

The Trade Numerologist: The deal with China

When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, Western governments and companies agreed to give Beijing low-tariff access to their markets in exchange for the promise of one day opening up China for its own companies. Since then, politicians in Europe and the US have been consistently frustrated by trade deficits with the Asian powerhouse, in

Oct 13

NY-NJ joint chassis pool collapses

This article by Hugh Morley originally published on JOC.com. The Port of New York and New Jersey is searching again for a way to create an interoperable chassis pool after the latest effort involving two of the complex’s three main chassis providers collapsed amid the uncertainty of one of them having to relocate a key chassis yard. Despite an announcement in Ma

Oct 11

Chinese terminal operators closing gap with majors

This article by Turloch Mooney originally published on JOC.com. The number of overseas port locations with investment from China’s big three terminal operators has quadrupled in the past five years to the point where it comfortably eclipses the number of facilities they operate in their home country, according to research from shipping industry an


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