In the first few weeks of the new Trump administration, all international traders want to talk about, and with good reason, is where the new US president really stands on trade.
Shipper concerns over fewer choices and options because of the significant changes that occurred to ocean carriers during 2016 is just one issue that will be echoed throughout the 17th Annual TPM Conference opening Feb. 26 in Long Beach. 


What does the freight and shipping industry need from Washington?

Market Data

The various data sets collected via third-party sources and from sources within IHS Maritime & Trade, the parent of, will allow you to make informed business decisions by analyzing up-to-date data on pricing, freight volume and service reliability. All of the six Market Data categories are updated weekly, monthly or quarterly depending on the data set.  Find more information on how to read or utilize the data by reviewing our Frequently Asked questions.

Market Intelligence

Think outside the "text box" with infographics and slideshows that detail the industry's biggest challenges and opportunities, from the fastest growing U.S. ports to the impact of recent carrier alliances.

Slideshow: Four ways shippers can protect from another Hanjin
Infographic: US truck logging device rule 101
ILA-USMX labor negotiations timeline

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