Trade via the US west coast showed few signs of recovering in April, according to the latest container statistics from leading gateway ports

Trade via the US west coast showed few signs of recovering in April, according to the latest container statistics from leading gateway ports.

The Port of Los Angeles saw throughput drop over 12% in April year-on-year to 532,124teu, while the Port of Long Beach saw a 26.6% contraction to 408,705teu.
Throughput at Long Beach in the fiscal year which started 1 October is down 21.1% compared to a year earlier at 3.08m teu.

Throughput at Long Beach in the fiscal year which started 1 October is down 21.1% compared to a year earlier at 3.08m teu.