West Coast Ports Deploy Workers to Alleviate Three-Month BacklogJames Nash and Alison Vekshin
The two busiest U.S. seaports are facing their largest backlog of ships in more than a decade, even with hundreds of dock employees returning to work after their union reached a tentative labor contract.
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