There is a record-breaking number of ships at berth, anchor and drifting in Oakland, and the backlog isn’t expected to improve any time soon. The talk in the industry is we will continue to experience this level of demand and congestion through Chinese New Year 2022.

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The ocean carriers are scheduling weeks-long blank sailings with the hope of working through the vessel and container backlog. But, since production lines on both sides of the Pacific do not stop, won’t the congestion return in full force once the ocean carriers accept bookings again? Does that not just continue this vicious cycle?

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