US ports postpone dwell fee on stranded containers

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach postpone planned fees on stranded containers until November 22, saying they are faring better in getting imported containers out of ports.

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Two major container ports on the US west coast, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, have decided to postpone a planned dwell fee on stranded containers.

It was previously announced that the fee was set for implementation on Monday, November 15. However, the ports have decided to postpone it until November 22, reads a statement.

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