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Cushman & Wakefield Five Fast Facts: Ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach

The ports are a vital economic engine for the U.S. and a huge driver of demand for industrial real estate.

Five Fast Facts Ports of LA

The exponential growth of e-commerce, which has been accelerated by the pandemic, brought record-level import volume into the U.S. ports. Total imports—at 22.5 million TEUs—saw a 1.8% annual gain over 2019, setting a new annual record. Buoyed by Port of Long Beach’s 6.4% annual increase in imports, the West Coast ports posted a 2.4% increase in import volume after an 11.6% decline at mid-year 2020.

Find out more about recent port trends in our Five Fast Facts infographic

For the full story, check out our correlating blog that discusses more key trends for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach along with the Los Angeles/Inland Empire industrial market.

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