Shipping Companies Try to Avoid Choked Southern California Gateways


Dozens of ships are waiting offshore, disrupting supply chains and sending carriers and their customers looking for alternatives. The backups have tied up inventories for weeks in some cases as ships wait to reach berths while cargo that has been offloaded sits for long periods at packed freight terminals, where operations have slowed as dockworkers have coped with an outbreak of coronavirus cases. Read more here.

Author: The Wall Street Journal