The difficult challenges that the ports have had to face due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been one of the greatest challenges overcoming since, although they already had challenges in these, the challenges became much more difficult.
Since the early 2020s, the Port of Long Beach has been aware of the challenges facing China due to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. This allowed for prevention projects to be initiated in case the virus left the Asian continent, so when the WHO declared the spread of SARS-CoV-2 a global pandemic, the Port prioritized strategies on essential workers at the Port.
And by this time in 2021, the problems that brought the COVID-19 to the world became a potentiator of projects, strategies, and generator of new records of TEU movement that the port handled in 2020; where it moved more than 8.1 million units of measure, where for this year despite the pandemic is still ongoing this year is expected to be a heartbreaking record, since terminals of 304 acres can handle more than 3 million TEUs per year.
The accelerator advantage that the port has had in the handling of supplies and goods has helped to reduce transportation, delivery, and handling times by the port. This has made it clear that the events of the past year have become circumstances that have helped change the world.
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