Fee on containers dwelling in US ports postponed again

West coast ports once again postpone a fee on aging containers. The fee is intended to get containers moving and relieve pressure in the ports.

Photo: Apu Gomes/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

A planned fee on containers dwelling in US ports has once again been postponed.

The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles inform in a press release that the container dwell fee will now be postponed until November 29, by which point a decision will be made on whether to introduce it.

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