Dwell Time for Rail-Bound Cargo Remains High at LA, Long Beach: PMSA

Dwell Time for Rail-Bound Cargo Remains High at LA, Long Beach: PMSA

In June, the amount of time rail-destined cargo lingered at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach was among the highest recorded by the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, according to new data released Monday, July 18. Last month, the average time containers stayed at terminals before leaving on rail was 13.3 days, two days longer than the 11.3 day average recorded in May and the highest average dwell time observed since January 2021 when PMSA started regularly tracking dwell times in San Pedro Bay. Imports leaving by truck in June were also up from the previous month. Last month,…
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