Number of vessels waiting for space at Long Beach and Los Angeles hits century

Date Added: 15 December 2021

Number of vessels waiting for space at Long Beach and Los Angeles hits century

With our broad range of ocean freight forwarding and logistics services, Davies Turner notes that the latest Splash24 newsletter reports that there are 101 containerships spread out across 1,000 miles of North American coastline, stretching deep into Mexico, anchored or loitering, waiting for space at America’s twin top gateways of Long Beach and Los Angeles, according to the latest data from the Marine Exchange of Southern California.

The report adds that the typical pre-pandemic fortnight’s passage for ships transiting from Asia to North America is now soaking up enormous capacity with some voyages taking longer than 45 days to berth.

The full report can be seen here:

https://splash247.com/101-ships-spread-across-1000-miles-waiting-for-berth-space-at-la-and-long-beach/

For more information about Davies Turner’s ocean freight forwarding and logistics services, please contact [email protected] or visit https://www.daviesturner.com/ocean

 

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