[VIDEO] How Supply-Chain Bottlenecks Shifted to East and Gulf Coast Ports

August 26, 2022

Global supply chains have been all out of sorts since the start of the pandemic, but for the most part traffic and delays have been isolated to ports on the Pacific. As the video below explains, though, bottlenecks have now moved to East and Gulf Coast ports that are unprepared for this influx of ships and container boxes. 


  1. What are some reasons why shipping traffic and delays have moved from Pacific ports to East and Gulf Coast ports?
  2. Why do some experts predict that traffic at East and Gulf Coast ports could start to slow down in the coming months?