The White House wants around-the -clock unloading of cargo ships

The White House wants around-the -clock unloading of cargo ships

- Commitments by shippers and cargo owners to move toward around-the-clock unloading at the docks in Los Angeles are a first step to addressing a national supply-chain backlog, White House Port Envoy John Porcari said.

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How many people live in the front line of the U.S.A.S.A.S.? Authorities have taken other moves such as creating pop-up terminals inland from the ports and working with states to speed the awarding of commercial truck-driver licenses.

Porcari said on Thursday that we ve secured large cargo owners. That really helps the nation, it helps clear the docks. Now we need to energize the rest of the system. The Port of Los Angeles announced on Wednesday that it would be operating 24 7 to help ease congestion that has led to a record number of cargo ships waiting to dock, in some cases for weeks. A shortage of truckers and other workers, lack of warehouse space and transportation bottlenecks are exacerbating the delays.

A surge of imports coming from China through the neighboring ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has gummed up operations. Los Angeles reported that it handled 898,941 container units last month, a 1.7% increase from the same period last year and the best September in the port history.

Los Angeles anticipates handling 10.8 million container units for the full year, a 17% increase over 2020.

The Bay, which is anchoring Long Beach, has 62 ships with 25 more at the time, Port of Los Angeles executive director Gene Seroka said during the briefing. The Southern California port complex and its more than 80,000 passengers are the largest US gateway to trade with Asia.

It was Black Friday only 2 weeks before we started, he said. A lot of work - ahead of us. Long Beach had its second-busiest month in September yet, down 5.9% from last year s record, it said in a statement Wednesday. The shortage of 748,472 containers enables the need to extend the work hours within the supply chain, it said.

This is not just about a record number of ships waiting on the coast, Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero said. We are working with state, federal and industry partners to address issues with the entire supply chain. The American retailers are warning backlogs could cause shortages and higher prices during the Christmas shopping season.

President Joe Biden met with officials from the southern California ports, corporate executives and labor leaders on Wednesday to discuss ways to resolve supply chain snarls. As part of that effort, FedEx Corp. has pledged to move to 24-7 operations in Walmart Inc. and FedEx Corp. with Samsung Electronics Co. and Home Depot Inc. pushing them to speed up distribution, according to the White House.

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