According to our latest information: the largest container port in the United States of Los Angeles/Long Beach port container ship backlog has completely disappeared, as of Tuesday, the port of Los Angeles or Long Beach waiting in the offshore container ships have been cleared!
It is the first time since October 2020 that the number of waiting ships has dropped to zero.
"The container ship congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is over and it's time to move to a different phase of operations," Kip Louttit, executive director of the Marine Exchange of Southern California, said in a statement released to the media.
Congestion may be over in Southern California, but not across North America.
Fifty-nine container ships were waiting outside North American ports Tuesday morning, mainly on the East Coast and Gulf Coast, according to a U.S. shipper's survey of MarineTraffic location data and port queue lists.
As of Wednesday morning, the eastern U.S. port of Savannah had the largest line of ships -- 28 waiting, 11 in Virginia, one in New York/New Jersey and one in Freeport, Bahamas.
On the Gulf Coast, six container ships were waiting outside the port of Houston and one outside the port of Mobile, Alabama.
On the West Coast, Oakland, Calif., had the most ships in line -- nine waiting, with two more waiting near Vancouver, British Columbia.
Post time: Nov-25-2022