Domino effect of LA/LB congestion
The Los Angeles/Long Beach (LA/LB) port complex has been suffering from congestion for the past few months and is beginning to take its toll on the industry as a whole, says SeaIntel.
According to the maritime market analyser, schedule reliability into the West Coast ports has declined by more than 40 percentage points year-on-year, while the port called after POLA/POLB has seen a decrease of 50 percentage points.
Despite this, a spokesperson for the Port of Long Beach (POLB) told Port Strategy:“This morning’s report shows no Port of Long Beach vessels waiting outside the breakwater for a berth – that’s the first time in a few weeks.”
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