Port Congestion

Port Congestion

PORT CONGESTION DOWN

Global port congestion dropped from 13.1% to 11.1% in the past week, due mainly to the fall in Chinese port congestion.

Port Congestion

Port Congestion Remains Elevated

Global port congestion remains elevated, with an increase in congestion seen in eastern and northern Chinese ports last week mainly around Ningbo and Qingdao. Although the terminals in Shanghai are operating normally, they remain below full capacity due to manpower shortages.

Port Congestion

N.AM Congestion Inched Higher

Global port congestion remains elevated, with no material improvements seen in key hotspots over the past week. North American port congestion is inching upwards again after a brief respite, with both West Coast and East Coast ports recording higher congestion levels last week.

Port Congestion

Congested Capacity Hovers Near Peak

Global port congestion continued to fluctuate around 12% to 13% of the global fleet, with the situation remaining very fluid.

Port Congestion

N.AM port congestion down

Overall congestion in North American ports has improved with around 900,000 teu of vessel capacity currently waiting at the main US and Canadian gateways, compared to a peak of over 1.5m teu in February. The West Coast has seen the largest improvements while the East Coast ...

Port Congestion

Port congestion eased over past week

Global port congestion have eased over the past week, with improvements in China and North America helping to bring overall global congestion to 12.6% of the global fleet compared to a peak of 15.0% at the end of March. In China, the berthing delays at Ningbo and Shanghai is improving...

Port Congestion

Port congested eased last week

Global port congestion has eased slightly over the past week, due to reduced queues at China with carriers omitting calls at Shanghai as export cargo volumes have been substantially affected by the extended lockdowns. Waiting times at Shanghai and Ningbo remain at less than 2 days on average...

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