Los Angeles’ July Container Volumes Set Year High

MarineLink.com
Thursday, August 15, 2013

The Port of Los Angeles has released its July 2013 cargo volumes. July overall volumes totaled 715,640 20-Foot Equivalent (TEU) containers, the busiest cargo month of 2013. Compared to July 2012, volumes slipped 1.48%.

Imports edged downward by .3%, from 371,859 Twenty-Foot Equivalent (TEU) containers in July 2012 to 370,745 TEUs this July. Exports decreased 4.83%, from 165,581 TEUs in July  2012 to 157,585 TEUs in July 2013.

Combined, total loaded imports and exports for July decreased 1.69%, from 537,440 TEUs last July to 528,331 TEUs in July 2013. Factoring in empties, which decreased.86% year over year, overall July 2013 volumes (715,640 TEUs) dropped 1.48% compared to July  2012 (715,640 TEUs).

portoflosangeles.org
 

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