Trans-Pacific blanking static despite falling US imports

Trans-Pacific blanking static despite falling US imports

Trans-Pacific carriers in recent months slashed capacity to the West Coast as Asian imports and freight rates plummeted this summer, but the trade will likely continue to have excess capacity in the coming months unless they blank more capacity than is currently planned.

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