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Granting Relief: How Ports Are Managing the Movement of Goods

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The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles represent the greatest gateway for ocean trade in the U.S. as they together handle more than one-third of inbound containers. While global supply chain issues persist, these ports reported a record January with Long Beach, in particular, moving 4.8% more containers than this time last year. Are we moving in the right direction now? Executive Director of the Port of Long Beach, Mario Cordero, joins TT's Dan Ronan to discuss his current outlook on port operations, the fate of the proposed container dwell time fee, and what the planned $450 million in grants from USDOT means for U.S. ports.