At the Port of Long Beach, America’s busiest port, inbound container trade was down 19.5 per cent in May. Photo: Bloomberg

How the US-China trade war is redrawing the rules and structures of global logistics

  • Import traffic at America’s busiest port, the Port of Long Beach in California, dropped in May, suggesting minimal front-loading to beat possible tariff increase on June 1
  • Companies have not been able to make early purchases due to capacity issues in US warehouses and stocked inventories from previous front-loading
Topic |   US-China trade war

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At the Port of Long Beach, America’s busiest port, inbound container trade was down 19.5 per cent in May. Photo: Bloomberg
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