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- U.S. line is violently blocked, and freight rates in Southeast Asia are now peaking
U.S. line is violently blocked, and freight rates in Southeast Asia are now peaking
Recently, Los Angeles Port and Long Beach Port, the two major ports in the western United States, continued to be severely congested, and there was a new peak of ship congestion, with more than 100 container ships waiting to enter the port at sea. In the latest week of December's quotation, the SCFI index set a new record for the US West route. Since October, freight rates in the Southeast Asian shipping market have been rising, and ships are in short supply!
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