Falling imports from China test trans-Pacific carrier discipline

June 11, 2019 Jun 11, 2019 5:22PM EDT

[caption caption="There’s little sense among container lines that the sky is falling; in fact, they say the tide is cresting. Photo Credit: Shutterstock"][/caption]The newfound capacity discipline of trans-Pacific container carriers will increasingly be tested by declining eastbound volume growth, with US imports from China down 4.6 percent in the first...

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Falling imports from China test trans-Pacific carrier discipline
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[caption caption="There’s little sense among container lines that the sky is falling; in fact, they say the...