East American Sea Route
The American route has always been a popular route. As a big importer, the United States imports a large number of commodities from many countries every year, so port congestion, lack of containers, lack of cabins and other phenomena are very common.
As we enter 2022, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the wage dispute between American and Western American dockworkers, and the increase in shipment volume when factories resume work, the blockage of the docks in Western America has not yet been alleviated. Under the port of Mercer, more and more ships are redirecting to the East Coast of the United States.
For the east coast of the United States, foreign traders pay more attention to which ports in the east of the United States will import goods from when they are shipped to the United States.
The main port in the eastern United States
By route, the United States is divided into the Eastern and western routes. "Meishi", namely the West coast of the United States, also known as the Pacific coast of the United States; "Eastern United States", that is, the East coast of the United States, also known as the Atlantic coast of the United States. The ports on the East-America and West-America routes are basically the basic ports for shipping companies to call on the United States.
Ports on the Eastbound route include NEW York New YORK, Boston, SAVANNAH, HOUSTON, NORFOLK, MIAMI, CHARLESTON, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York New orleans, etc.
1、 New York Harbor
New York Harbor, the largest seaport in the United States, one of the largest seaports in the world. Located at the mouth of the Hudson River in the northeast of the United States and facing the Atlantic Ocean to the east, more than 4,000 ships enter and exit each year on average.
New York is well developed in sea, land and air transportation, with two east-west continental railroads (New York-Seattle; New York -- Los Angeles) bridgehead.
2、 Charleston Harbor
3、 Norfolk Harbour
Norfolk is located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on the Elizabeth River, which hugs the mouth of Chesapeake Bay. It is a natural deep water port and a trading port between the Atlantic coast of the United States and the West Indies.