‘Through the Roof’: No Near-Term Relief Seen for Cargo Congestion, Experts Say

Port congestion has been a recurring theme throughout the supply chain over the past year, with U.S. ports yet again seeing record cargo imports in May and a Covid-19 outbreak slowing operations at China’s Port of Yantian in June. With constant hiccups and bottlenecks everywhere you turn, accompanied by skyrocketing container costs, the universal question… This content is for Annual and Limited members only.

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