The adjacent ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach experienced a surge in cargo in November.
Last month’s cargo volume at the Port of Los Angeles was up 22% compared to November 2019, the port reported Tuesday.
The port cited a combination of increased consumer spending, holiday shipments and replenishment of warehouse inventories.
The Port of Long Beach reported earlier that it had its best November on record, an increase of more than 30% over November 2019.
Long Beach attributed the rise to the holiday retail rush and a surge in personal protective equipment deliveries.
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