An in-depth look into the shifting dynamics of US ports, emphasizing a movement away from the West Coast in favor of the East and Gulf Coast ports.
Key Canadian ports are set to reopen after a labor dispute, but disruptions to US imports via these ports could persist for months
Despite an overall YoY decline, the Port of Los Angeles reports significant cargo volume gains in recent months.
California invests over $1.5B in port infrastructure, including $450M for zero-emission projects, to boost efficiency, sustainability, and resilience in its supply chain.
Labor strikes at Canadian ports disrupt supply chains as ships reroute to Seattle. These disruptions affect the $225 billion in annual cargo flow, impacting U.S. trade.
West Coast dockworkers are set for a 32% pay increase and a one-time "hero bonus" under a new contract agreement, marking a significant win for transport workers.
Explore a 20-year analysis of U.S. trade shifts with China and the rise of South and Southeast Asian countries as significant trading partners.