Container ship backlog outside Los Angeles ports is almost cleared

Queue of container vessels outside major US west coast ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has decreased to the lowest level in two years.

Photo: Bob Riha Jr/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The number of container ships headed for the California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach – a traffic jam that once symbolized American consumer vigor during the pandemic – declined to the lowest level since the bottleneck started to build two years ago.

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