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US retailers project that continued growth in on-line shopping, as well as increasing in-store shopping, will power double-digit increases in imports through June, signaling little relief for the US port network already sagging under a record import surge.

Record retail sales and continued inventory restocking provide the backdrop for the National Retail Federation’s increased expectations for inbound containers. On Monday, the group raised its forecast for first-half 2021 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) landing at major container ports in the U.S. to 23.3% year-over-year.

Read more at Freightwaves.