The two major US West Coast ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have suffered from congestions and delays for a long period of time now, and this recently made container carriers in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, TSA, push for action.
Starting November 17th, Monday, the carriers planned to roll out a new surcharge of up to USD 1,000 per feu on cargo from Asia to ports on the US West Coast, according to Seatrade Global.
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