Choked up ports and bottlenecks in major container ports, especially in China and on the US west coast, are having a ripple effect on European counterparts.
While there is perhaps no large logjam of 30-40-50 vessels floating around outside ports or containers idling on quays for months on end, the historically lengthy delays in other places around the world are creating havoc for the Europeans, relates Dirk Van den Bosch, CEO of DP World Antwerp, to ShippingWatch.
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