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    If you want to see a well run port then go look at what the Chinese do.

    We fucked ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/10/0...e-los-angeles/

    , so gain florida will lead the way
    Guess the liberals in California just cant get it right the fuck ups
    And why would they be, did you think we import most of our goods from South America? Think before you post

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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    And why would they be, did you think we import most of our goods from South America? Think before you post
    you forgot about all of the Caribbean , Europe ,Africa , the middle east

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/10/0...e-los-angeles/

    , so gain florida will lead the way
    Guess the liberals in California just cant get it right the fuck ups

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post

    DE SANTIS WILL NOT ALLOW THE UNIONS TO JEOPARDIZE THE PEOPLE'S NEEDS....UNLIE PRES.MORON ,BOOTYPLUG and NEWSOME....
    That is a huge MotherFucking problem.

    This is suicide.
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    joe wont do shat about the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/10/0...e-los-angeles/

    , so gain florida will lead the way
    Guess the liberals in California just cant get it right the fuck ups
    hate to burst your snot bubble, drooler, but most of the stuff we import by ship COMES FROM THE WEST, NOT THE EAST. california is ON THE WEST COAST....florida is on the EAST COAST...get it, stupid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Daddy View Post
    hate to burst your snot bubble, drooler, but most of the stuff we import by ship COMES FROM THE WEST, NOT THE EAST. california is ON THE WEST COAST....florida is on the EAST COAST...get it, stupid?
    That is not correct at all. In addition East Coast ports have been upgrading and expanding. With the clusterfuck going on in the West coast, those ports will just lose business. Like all of California.
    Here: https://www.supplychainquarterly.com...-record-volume
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
    That is not correct at all. In addition East Coast ports have been upgrading and expanding. With the clusterfuck going on in the West coast, those ports will just lose business. Like all of California.
    Here: https://www.supplychainquarterly.com...-record-volume
    it is easier to keep up with demand when it is much much less than the west coast. try to think.

    10 Largest Ports in North America [Updated: Oct 2021]

    10 Largest Ports in North America

    Other than handling goods vital to the economy, from fuel to food, ports are also growth accelerators. They generate hundreds of thousands of employment opportunities and are critical sources of national and state taxes in North America.

    A port’s contribution to the economy depends on its size and the volume of cargo it handles. Therefore, our list of the ten largest ports in North America should be seen as a list of some of the largest centers of economic activity in America and Canada.


    1. Los Angeles
    Also known as America’s Port, the Port of Los Angeles is the largest port in North America. Spread over 7500 acres, it handles 20 percent of all incoming cargo for the United States. Its container volume was 9.3 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) in 2019, a 5.5 percent increase over the 8.8 million TEU from 2018.

    Total size: 7500 acres

    Cargo terminals: 25

    Vessels handled: 1867

    Annual cargo tonnage: 178 million metric revenue tons

    Annual cargo value: $276 billion

    Leading trading partners: China and Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea

    Direct and indirect employment: 1.6 million all over the US


    2. Long Beach
    The second biggest port on our list, the Port of Long Beach, is less than 30 kilometers from the Los Angeles Port. Founded in 1911, it’s today one of the biggest gateways for trade between Asia and North America. The Long Beach Port was one of the first to adopt eco-friendly policies to reduce its impact on the environment, through measures such as the Green Port Policy.

    Total size: 3200 acres

    Cargo berths: 80

    Annual cargo tonnage: 78.2 million metric revenue tons

    Annual container value: $180 billion

    Direct and indirect employment: 370,000

    Known for: Environment-friendly policies, including, the implementation of the Clean Air Action Plan


    3. New York and New Jersey
    The New York and New Jersey Port is the biggest port on the East Coast, receiving 72 percent of the first port of calls. Encompassing waterways in the New York-New Jersey Estuary, the port has two foreign-trade zones in it.

    Container volume:7.4 million TEU
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    Total containers: 4.2 million

    Annual cargo tonnage: 74 million metric revenue tons

    Annual container value: $205 billion

    Leading trading partners: China, India, Germany


    4. Georgia Ports (Savannah and Brunswick)
    Two of the four ports in Georgia - Savannah, and Brunswick - when combined, take the fourth spot in our list of the largest ports in North America. The largest single-terminal container facility of the country is in the Port of Savannah, while Brunswick is known as a hub for automobile imports that is used by more than twelve auto manufacturers.

    Container volume: 4.35 million TEU in Savannah alone

    Deepwater terminals: Garden City terminal (1200 acres), Ocean terminal (200 acres)

    Primary goods: Automobiles, heavy machinery, agricultural products


    5. Seattle-Tacoma
    The Port of Seattle-Tacoma is the result of the 2014 merger of the two Washington ports. In 2015, it became the third-largest in terms of cargo handling in America. A significant part of the regional economy, the port did $9.7 billion of business in 2017. To modernize its Terminal 5, the port undertook a $500 million investment in 2019.

    Container volume: 3.7 million TEUs

    Total containers: 4.2 million

    Primary exports: Oilseeds and grains, machinery, computers

    Direct and indirect employment: 151,400


    6. Port Metro Vancouver
    In 2008, the largest port in Canada, the Port of Vancouver, merged with the North Fraser Port Authority and Fraser River Port Authority to form Port Metro Vancouver. Spread over 3700 acres, the port is as big as the next big five ports in Canada and is expected to grow at an annual rate of 3.5 percent.

    Major terminals: 25

    Vessels handled: 2677

    Annual cargo tonnage: 76.5 million metric revenue tons

    Container volume: 1.8 million TEUs

    Annual cargo value: $276 billion

    Direct and indirect employment: 115,300

    Impact on GDP: $11.9 billion


    7. Virginia
    Growing at an annual rate of 2.6 percent for five years is one of East Coast’s busiest ports, the Port of Virginia. With multinationals like Amazon and Navien setting up operations in the state, it can only get busier at the port. Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport, Virginia International, and Virginia Inland are the major terminals here. With regulators approving the Georgia-Virginia agreement between the ports of Savannah and Virginia, the port is expected to make significant benefits from the combined economies of scale.

    Major terminals: 5

    Container volume: 2.85 million TEUs

    Direct and indirect employment: 397,000

    Economic impact on the state: $92 billion


    8. Houston
    When you consider foreign waterborne tonnage, the Port of Houston is the busiest in America. The 50-mile-long port has over 200 public and private terminals. The largest port in the Gulf Coast, the Houston Port handles 52 percent of project cargo among ports in the region. One of its current focus areas is the NeoPanamax expansion.

    Vessel calls: 8200

    Barges: 215,000

    Annual cargo tonnage: 247 million metric revenue tons

    Annual cargo volume: 1.6 million TEUs


    Leading products: Petroleum and petroleum products

    Economic impact on the state: $339 billion

    Direct and indirect employment: 3.2 million


    9. South Carolina
    The ports of Georgetown and Charleston together form the South Carolina ports. The importance of the port to the economy of South Carolina can be gauged by the fact that it directly or indirectly provides 10 percent of all jobs in the state, that too, offering wages that are 32 percent higher than the state average.

    Annual cargo volume: 1.9 million TEUs

    Foreign ports served: 100

    Economic impact: $63.4 billion

    Direct and indirect employment: 187,200


    10. Oakland
    The first terminals for container ships were built here. On the Pacific Coast, it was the first important port. Although it tends to be overshadowed by its big brothers, the Port of Oakland is ranked among the top three gateways on the West Coast. The port handles 99 percent of all containerized goods that move through Northern California.

    Vessel arrivals: 1775

    Annual container volume: 2.5 million TEUs

    Leading trading partner: Asia

    https://www.shipafreight.com/knowled...north-america/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Daddy View Post
    hate to burst your snot bubble, drooler, but most of the stuff we import by ship COMES FROM THE WEST, NOT THE EAST. california is ON THE WEST COAST....florida is on the EAST COAST...get it, stupid?
    o really so the ports on the west coast dont matter hey pin head, maybe on day you will know what your talking about


    Overall, West Coast ports handled nearly 38% of all seaborne imports coming into the U.S. in the first seven months of 2020 and East Coast ports handled slightly more than half, according to California-based research firm Beacon Economics, citing U.S. Census figures. That is down from a 47.6% share for the West Coast in 2006 against 41.9% for the East Coast.

    The West Coast’s share of fast-growing East Asia trade has tumbled even faster, sliding from 72.9% to 56.7% over the same period, according to Beacon Economics.

    Canadian ports like Vancouver and Prince Rupert, British Columbia, that offer significantly lower prices to move cargo are also siphoning business away from the U.S. West Coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    o really so the ports on the west coast dont matter hey pin head, maybe on day you will know what your talking about


    Overall, West Coast ports handled nearly 38% of all seaborne imports coming into the U.S. in the first seven months of 2020 and East Coast ports handled slightly more than half, according to California-based research firm Beacon Economics, citing U.S. Census figures. That is down from a 47.6% share for the West Coast in 2006 against 41.9% for the East Coast.

    The West Coast’s share of fast-growing East Asia trade has tumbled even faster, sliding from 72.9% to 56.7% over the same period, according to Beacon Economics.

    Canadian ports like Vancouver and Prince Rupert, British Columbia, that offer significantly lower prices to move cargo are also siphoning business away from the U.S. West Coast.
    Fuck beacon economics. this is another source that mirrors the source I used, except Oakland is Number 8, not Number 10.

    https://container-news.com/top-10-th...united-states/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/10/0...e-los-angeles/

    , so gain florida will lead the way
    Guess the liberals in California just cant get it right the fuck ups
    What’s black logged? Oh, you that points out other’s typos?
    "Unvaccinated people are potential variant factories," Dr. William Schaffner, a professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/10/0...e-los-angeles/

    , so gain florida will lead the way
    Guess the liberals in California just cant get it right the fuck ups
    super busy and nt black logged
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