Port of Los Angeles cargo volumes fall 30% in May

GCAPTAIN | Cargo volume at the Port of Los Angeles fell by nearly third in May as trade continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and lingering trade war with China, dashing hopes of a rebound.

Executive Director Gene Seroka announced the May volumes in a news briefing today. In kicking off the briefing, Seroka addressed briefly condemnation over the murder of George Floyd at the hand of Minneapolis Police and the port’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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