Interesting data provided in the chart below. Despite a labor strike in 2014, Los Angeles and Long Beach continued to the lead the way as the busiest container ports in the United States based on twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). the fastest growing container port in the nation was Savannah, Georgia with a 17.2% increase, followed by Philadelphia with a 15.2% increase. Seattle, San Juan, and Miami all saw their TEUs drop, though Miami’s was very minor.
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