Since July 2020, import cargo has been flooding into the U.S. in unprecedented volumes, the result of purchases being made from people being homebound during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC), the import volumes have overwhelmed marine terminals at U.S. ports, particularly on the West Coast. However, a more critical issue has been occurring as ocean carriers are now choosing to refuse return shipments of U.S. products in order to return
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