Eastbound trans-Pacific spot rates rise but reliability declines

Eastbound trans-Pacific spot rates rise but reliability declines

U.S. shippers importing goods from Asia to the West Coast are paying more in the spot market for ocean shipping but getting worse service in return, a function of carriers’ pricing power gained from strong demand and the effects of the congestion.

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