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Pier J operations unaffected by computer issue

Operations at the Port of Long Beach’s Pier J container terminal remain unaffected as of Thursday by the computer network issues that arose earlier this week concerning the ocean carrier COSCO Shipping. The terminal operator reports that cargo continues to flow smoothly at Pier J. While COSCO Shipping vessels do regularly call at Pier J, the terminal operator’s computer system is independent of COSCO Shipping. The Port of Long Beach is monitoring developments and remains in close contact with Pier J, COSCO Shipping and other stakeholders.

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