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Sea freight increased again

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Recently, J Mintzmyer (a well-known shipping analyst), founder and chief analyst of Value Investor's Edge, warned in the latest interview that the strike crisis at the US West Wharf is rising. If it is not handled well, the sea freight may "blow through the roof" in 2022.  

The current congestion in Los Angeles and Long Beach ports makes it take longer for similar port congestion to recover in 2022. It is predicted that it will take at least eight months to solve the reliability of sailing date.

Compared with the last week, sea freight of casing centralizers and ESP cable protectors has increased this week. Please refer to the table below for details:

ESP cable protector-Newland

Weekly Update Sheet of Sea Freight for Single Product 08.pdf