Key Insights Found in the Report:
1. Based on TEU volume, 23 of the top 25 ports posted positive growth from 2009 to 2010
2. Los Angeles claimed the top port with 4 million TEUs recorded and a 13% increase over 2009
3. Shanghai is a dominant port partner with 9 of the top 10 U.S. ports
4. The top 10 ports had an average increase of 17.38% from 2009 to 2010
“This report creates a compelling view of the overall U.S. trade economy,” stated Paul Rasmussen, CEO & president of Zepol Corp. “The detailed information on each port is an essential source of data for port authorities, steamship lines, 3PLs, importers, and suppliers of the United States market.”
The information in this report was derived entirely from Zepol’s trade intelligence tools, TradeIQ and TradeView. Zepol’s tools are available for online access through a variety of subscription options at www.zepol.com. Annual access to Zepol’s trade data tool subscriptions range from $895 to $9995 and these subscriptions meet the needs of all importers, suppliers, transportation companies, and government agencies.