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Lost in transit: Major delays plague China-U.S. shipping

Container ship pile-ups at ports on both ends of the journey are significantly increasing the transit time and are adding to the global container shortage. Image: Unsplash/Andy Li

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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According to freight booking platform Freightos, container ship pileups at ports on both ends of the journey are significantly increasing the transit time and are adding to the global container shortage. Image: Statista

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