About 75 ships waiting off the Port of Long Beach

75 delayed vessels are currently waiting off the Port of Long Beach port in Los Angeles, which is a 20 percent increase from a month ago, according to the latest numbers from VesselsValue.

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The saga of the congested and frenzied container market continues. At present, 75 delayed vessels are waiting to enter the Port of Long Beach in Los Angeles, according to a report from VesselsValue. 

On top of this, this number represents a 100 percent increase from two months ago, the report reads.

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