According to Alphaliner, the 29 ports on the US West Coast are experiencing an extensive cargo backlog following the labor conflict, which seems to be near its end.
BY OLE ANDERSEN
The best case scenario is that it will take at least six weeks to clean up the accumulation of cargo that has been building in the past few months of the labor conflict in 29 ports on the US West Coast, according to analyst agency Alphaliner.
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