Fewer ships are anchoring at the Port of Los Angeles, but it doesn’t mean the supply chain is healing

Fewer ships are anchoring at the Port of Los Angeles, but it doesn’t mean the supply chain is healing
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The container ships stuck in San Pedro Bay, off the coast of the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, have become a potent symbol of a broken supply chain. On Nov. 16, there were 86 ships in San Pedro Bay. This seemed to many, including the executive director of the Port of Long Beach, a sign that what they were doing to fix the supply chain is working.

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