141 ships are waiting off major ports in US and China

The large bottlenecks across the container market continue to grow day by day, with 141 vessels currently waiting in line off ports in China and the US, show new figures from VesselsValue.

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The queue of container vessels waiting to dock and unload off major ports Los Angeles and Long Beach on the US West Coast is growing day by day.

Currently, 141 vessels are waiting in line, up 54 vessels since earlier this week, show new figures from ship database VesselsValue compiled on behalf of ShippingWatch today, Friday.

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