West Coast Faces Capacity Squeeze If ILA Strikes, Maersk Says

West Coast Faces Capacity Squeeze If ILA Strikes, Maersk Says

Capacity going through U.S. West Coast ports will be in short supply if the International Longshoremen's Association strikes or is locked out at East and Gulf Coast ports, according to the world’s largest container line.

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