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Long Beach Says Cargo Volumes Hurt by Hanjin Fallout

Container volumes at the Port of Long Beach declined 16.6 percent year-over-year in September as the effects of the Hanjin bankruptcy reached the U.S. West Coast. According to the port, its longshore workers moved 546,805 twenty-foot equivalent units last month.
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