The Port of Long Beach set a new record for cargo movement in July. The biggest increase in activity was the movement of empty containers. The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles had a backlog of ten ships this past week. That’s the lowest number of ships waiting at the ports in well over a year. Dockworkers and their employers are in the midst of contract negotiations, but the work is continuing.
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