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POLB cargo shipments dip in January

Cargo volume was down slightly in January at the Port of Long Beach, compared to the same month in 2019.

Terminal operators moved 626,829TEU last month, down 4.6% compared to January 2019. Imports decreased 4.3% to 309,961TEU, while exports dropped 7.4% to 108,624TEU. Empty containers sent overseas declined 3.7% to 208,244TEU.

"The new year is starting with a new set of challenges that are impacting importers and exporters, but we remain optimistic and expect to see modest growth in 2020," said Mario Cordero, Executive Director of the Port of Long Beach. "We are collaborating with our industry partners to focus on long-term growth, sustainability and the reliable movement of goods through the Port of Long Beach."

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