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Port of Long Beach: Record Port Traffic in Q1 2018

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Port of Long Beach: Record Port Traffic in Q1 2018

From the Port of Long Beach: Port of Long Beach Breaks 1st Quarter Record The Port of Long Beach has completed its best-ever first quarter, with marine terminals handling almost 1.9 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) January through March. The quick start is 19.4 percent more than the first quarter of 2017, the Port’s...
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Las Vegas: Record Convention Attendance in 2017, Visitor Traffic off Slightly

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Las Vegas: Record Convention Attendance in 2017, Visitor Traffic off Slightly

During the recession, I wrote about the troubles in Las Vegas and included a chart of visitor and convention attendance: Lost Vegas. Since then Las Vegas visitor traffic recovered to new record highs. However, in 2017, visitor traffic declined 1.7% compared to 2016, but was still 8% above the pre-recession peak. Convention attendance is...
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AAR: Rail Traffic increased in June

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AAR: Rail Traffic increased in June

From the Association of American Railroads (AAR) Rail Time Indicators. Graphs and excerpts reprinted with permission. U.S. rail traffic in June 2017 was a mix of the good and the not so good. The good included intermodal, which was up 4.6% in June and 2.7% (179,515 containers and trailers) for the year to date....
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LA area Port Traffic declined in February

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LA area Port Traffic declined in February

LA area port traffic was down in February due to the timing of the Chinese New Year. Container traffic gives us an idea about the volume of goods being exported and imported – and usually some hints about the trade report since LA area ports handle about 40% of the nation’s container port traffic....
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LA area Port Traffic Mostly Unchanged in July

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LA area Port Traffic Mostly Unchanged in July

Special note: Now that the expansion to the Panama Canal has been completed, some of the traffic that used the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will eventually go through the canal. This could impact TEUs on the West Coast in the future. Container traffic gives us an idea about the volume of...
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LA area Port Traffic Decreased YoY in December

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LA area Port Traffic Decreased YoY in December

Friday:• At 8:30 AM ET, the Producer Price Index for December from the BLS. The consensus is for a 0.2% decrease in prices, and a 0.1% increase in core PPI. • Also at 8:30 AM, Retail sales for December will be released. The consensus is for retail sales to be unchanged in December. •...
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LA area Port Traffic declined in October

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LA area Port Traffic declined in October

First, from the WSJ: Quiet U.S. Ports Spark Slowdown Fears For the first time in at least a decade, imports fell in both September and October at each of the three busiest U.S. seaports, according to data from trade researcher Zepol Corp. analyzed by The Wall Street Journal. …… The declines came during a...
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Las Vegas: On Pace for Record Visitor Traffic in 2015, Conventions Returning

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Las Vegas: On Pace for Record Visitor Traffic in 2015, Conventions Returning

Another update … during the recession, I wrote about the troubles in Las Vegas and included a chart of visitor and convention attendance: Lost Vegas. Since then Las Vegas visitor traffic recovered to a new record high in 2014. We only have data through September 2015, but visitor traffic is 2.4% above the record...
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Long Beach Port Traffic Declined Sharply in January

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Long Beach Port Traffic Declined Sharply in January

The Port of Long Beach released container traffic statistics for January (the Port of Los Angeles hasn’t released January data yet). The Long Beach data showed a significant decline in port traffic due to the labor issues that were tentatively settled on Friday. Note: There is usually a seasonal slowdown in February or March (depending on...
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LA area Port Traffic in December

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LA area Port Traffic in December

Note: LA area ports were impacted by a trucker strike in November, and there are ongoing labor negotiations (and some slowdown). Container traffic gives us an idea about the volume of goods being exported and imported – and possibly some hints about the trade report for December since LA area ports handle about 40%...
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