More container vessels queued off Long Beach – fewer globally

The queue of container vessels in the world's ports has decreased in recent weeks, though not off Long Beach and Los Angeles where the queue has gotten longer, according to VesselsValue.

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While the total number of queued container vessels has decreased at the global scale, queues off Long Beach and Los Angeles in the US have gotten longer, according to ship database VesselsValue.

Globally, 366 container vessels are currently anchored off ports, an improvement since late September which counted 427 vessels waiting in line.

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