The ship count at anchor in the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is a whopping 33, and in Oakland, idle ships are less than 10.

The number of ships at anchor is one barometer of port performance. Scarce appointments, chassis shortages, protracted turn times, uneven vessel arrivals, ever-changing first and last receiving dates and unavailable yard locations are others.
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Adding to the chaos on the west coast, the UP Railroad put an embargo on ocean containers destined for Chicago. We appreciate Chicago is overrun with containers, but where do they expect the estimated 15,000 Chicago-bound containers per week using west coast gateways to go? It is not like there is an abundance of space or chassis to hold them on the west coast.

From our boots on the ground perspective, all the blank sailings, skipped ports of call and embargoes just seem to kick the can down the road.

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