Port of Los Angeles takes steps to battle port congestion

Port of Los Angeles on the US West Coast plans to divert container ships to other ports in an effort to get control of the congestion problems that currently cause bottlenecks for both containers and ships, report several media.

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The port in Los Angeles now steps in to get a handle on the large accumulation of ships off the port.

In order to resolve the significant bottleneck problems, Port of Los Angeles now plans to divert ships to other ports on the US West Coast, report Bloomberg and Reuters.

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