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Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellite Backlogged container ships stranded off of the coast of southern California waiting for their chance to enter port have been moving farther out to sea due to safety concerns brought on by poor winter weather conditions, satellite images show.Why is there a backlog of ships at Los Angeles ports?
Dozens of vessels have waited weeks or months to unload cargo at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach as a crush of imports has overwhelmed logistics operations that deliver goods to U. S. markets. The backlog rose to 100 ships in late November and reached a record 106 vessels on New Year’s Day.What happened to the dockworkers at Hong Kong port complex?
The shortfall meant that on Monday two container ships at the port complex received fewer dockworkers than requested and 13 ships didn’t receive any requested workers to load or unload cargo, effectively halting operations.How many ships were within view of La's two largest ports?
Only about 30 ships were within view of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the two largest ports in the country, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, while over 60 others were forced farther out to sea amid high winds and rough seas.