The top 100 NVOs in the United States saw a strong rebound from March’s unusually low numbers. Inbound TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) for the top 100 increased by 33% from March, but decreased nearly 5% from last April. The increase is attributed to a return to normal production in China after their New Year festivities.
The majority of NVOs saw an increase in inbound TEUs from March, but a number of NVOs saw big dips from last April. Apex Shipping, Orient Express, Phoenix International, and Danmar Lines all posted dips in imports by over 10% compared to last April. Expeditors and Blue Anchor Line, the top NVOs respectively, increased imports by about 5% from last year.
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