Falling US imports spell more trans-Pacific blankings

Falling US imports spell more trans-Pacific blankings

The seventh straight week of declining container spot rates and a 1 percent drop in US imports in January and February signal more blank sailings ahead in the eastbound trans-Pacific.

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