Port of Long Beach Continues Record-Setting Streak and Warns of Cargo Surge When China Reopens

The Port of Long Beach set another new single-month record in April as the port continues to clear marine terminals of cargo ahead an expected new wave of imports in the coming months as China opens up from COVID-19 lockdowns.

Dockworkers and terminal operators at the port moved 820,718 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) worth of container cargo last month, up 10% from the previous monthly record set in April 2021. April now marks the fourth month in a row that the Port of Long Beach has set new monthly cargo records.

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