The Port of Los Angeles, the nation’s busiest seaport, hit an all-time record in August, processing 12% more volume that totaled 961,833 20-foot-equivalent units (TEUs).
The increase was driven by imports, which eclipsed 500,000 TEUs for the first time.
“In May we saw our lowest container volumes in more than a decade,” said Gene Seroka, executive director at the Port of Los Angeles. “Since then, there has been a significant replenishment of warehouse inventories. Coupled with retailers planning for consumer holiday spending, it has created a surge of imports.”
The overall gain is up from 861,080 TEUs in August last year.
However, the coronavirus pandemic that
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