U.S. West Coast ports trade report – August

July was a comparatively relaxed month at the Port of Long Beach. The volume of inbound loads (271,086) was the lowest this year since February and was down 27.9% from a hyper-active July of 2022. July’s inbound volume was not only down 13.5% from the pre-pandemic July of 2019, it also represented the fewest inbound loads the port had handled in any July since 2012. The 90,134 outbound loads the port processed in July were the fewest of any month since January 2009. Altogether, loads and empties moving through the Southern California gateway YTD totaled 4,310,925, a gain of 2.6% […]

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