Cargo shifts back to US west coast ports, but some has gone for good
Beneficial cargo owners have begun to move traffic back to US west coast ports from ...
Blog from CH Robinson’s director of ocean services on the causes of the current congestion in the US’s largest container gateway – the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex. The current state of congestion (some boxes are taking up to 50 days to clear!) and what can be done in the short term to get around it; and what the long-term solutions are. And by the way, it’s an almost pitch-perfect example of how operators can blog about industry issues.
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