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First 3 million TEU month for U.S. imports as demand, congestion clash continues

China 2797 Cons. Discr. - Durables 421 Cons. Discr. - Retailing 379 Consumer Staples 695 European Union 733 Health Care 314 Industrials - Capital Goods 536 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 694 Materials - Construction 103 Mode - Containerized 1370 Mode - Seaborne 1707 Trade Balance 905 Vietnam 322

U.S. seaborne imports of containerized freight increased by 50.5% year over year in March and by 36.9% when compared to March 2019. That resulted in a record 3.02 million TEUs shipped, or 97,300 TEUs per day. The latter was 7.2% higher than the peak season of the three months to Nov. 30, indicating the degree of stress still present in logistics networks even before the volatility caused by the Suez Canal blockage arrives. Consumer demand has continued to be the main driver of growth, with imports of leisure products and home furnishings having climbed 94.9% and 91.4% in March 2021 versu...

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