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There is no sign of operational conditions in US west coast ports improving any time soon, and importers are now beginning to realise the trade is likely suffer disruptions for a considerable period. The problems at the quayside are now having a material impact on liner schedules, and despite carriers’ efforts to speed up vessels on the back haul leg to Asia, schedule reliability is in steep decline, according to this analysis from Drewry.

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