Long Beach terminal attracts scores of possible buyers

More than 50 interested buyers are preparing bids for OOCL's container terminal in Long Beach on the US West Coast, reports Lloyd's List.

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A long line of buyers are allegedly getting ready to submit bids for OOCL's container terminal in Long Beach, California on the US West Coast.

OOCL is in the process of selling the terminal as part of Cosco's acquisition of the Hong Kong-based shipping line, and according to Lloyd's List, more than 50 potential buyers have shown an interest in acquiring the terminal.

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