Port Congestion in the USA: Charleston Port (USCHS) congestion subsides, data shows median days in delay reduced to 0
Charleston Port congestion has reduced considerably in the last week. As opposed to the data gathered last week by GoComet, on 08 August the median number of days in delay reached 23 days which as of 15 August, has come down to 0.
Reports suggest that almost 61% of shipments fail to arrive on time at the Charleston Port (USCHS) where the ZIMU carrier line has the highest number of shipments arriving on time.
As the congestion in Charleston subsides, the nearby ports continue to show delays and traffic like Savannah, Jacksonville, and others.
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