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Ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach Issue Draft Container Fee Assessment Rule

Yesterday, officials with the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach provided additional information on the $100 container fee assessment, which they are implementing, in coordination and with direction from the White House Supply Chain Task Force. There have been several pieces of media on the proposed container fee over the past week. The fee assessment (as proposed) would begin November…

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US Imports – Current Issues

Supply Chain Issues Combined with Labor Shortages & Price Hikes Frustrate Service Providers & Customers The volume of international shipments destined for the United States from points overseas has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels but the unprecedented challenges being experienced by the global moving services industry have been nothing short of staggering to this day. A perfect storm of…

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U.S. Ports See Shipping Jams Likely Extending Into 2022

Leaders of some of the busiest U.S. ports expect congestion snarling maritime gateways to continue deep into next year, as the crush of goods from manufacturers and retailers looking to replenish depleted inventories pushes past shipping’s usual seasonal lulls. Ports are already swamped by record numbers of containers reaching U.S. shores during this year’s peak shipping season, and the number…

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