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Imports of containerized goods at U.S. ports are booming – especially West Coast ports

U.S. ports had a very robust May but surprisingly this growth did not come from the usual suspects. In fact Port of Los Angeles handled 390,663 inbound loads in May, a 4.5% fall-off from a year earlier. At the neighboring Port of Long Beach, inbound loads in May amounted to 345,271 TEUs, which was also down 4.5% year-over-year. On the other hand the Port of Oakland saw a 12.9% gain in inbound loads from a year earlier. And the Northwest Seaport Alliance Ports of Tacoma and Seattle reported 103,556 import loads in May, a sharp 32.5% jump over a year […]

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