California ports make progress on bottlenecks, but Chinese lockdowns could spur “hockey stick” import rise.
Transfix’s Scott Sokoloff discusses how data is keeping supply chains resilient in the wake of recent shake-ups.
AskWaves looks at the rankings of the world’s top container ports
COVID lockdowns haven’t closed Chinese ports yet. If they do, U.S. importers face “shockwave” of higher rates and delays.
Seko Logistics, Worldwide Logistics among those reacting to China’s “zero-COVID” strategy.
The container port business is booming and the big are getting bigger, particularly in China.
The Port of Yantian is operating at 100% on the vessel side again after a month of delays, but that doesn’t mean the container buildup will get resolved soon.