Oakland blames 32 percent container traffic plunge on congestion

Oakland blames 32 percent container traffic plunge on congestion

Port of Oakland executives blame a dramatic container volume decline in January on congestion and the inability of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and waterfront employers to agree upon a new coastwide contract.

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