How does the cargo shipping process work? Experts break it down

Unlike ports around the world – the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, for example, aren’t open 24 hours.

You name it.

Goods from overseas are sitting on an estimated half-a-million shipping containers stuck in a traffic jam at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in California.

But why is it happening?

Let’s first look at the cargo shipping process.

Goods are made overseas.

Then, loaded into shipping containers and put onto cargo ships.

Ships arrive at a port to dock.

Workers and crews unload the huge containers of goods and prep them

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