Fewer ships are waiting off the US west coast

The line of container ships outside the important US west coast ports in Long Beach and Los Angeles is shortening, and the number of ships in the official anchor zone has decreased drastically, according to fresh data from VesselsValue.

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The port complex at California's Long Beach and Los Angeles is still struggling with a significant line of ships, creating bottlenecks at the ports for import and hitting goods out of Asia in particular.

However, according to the latest data from ship database VesselsValue, the number of ships waiting to dock and unload is decreasing.

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