Cierran indefinidamente el Puerto de Baltimore infographic
El gráfico ubica en el mapa y muestra las industrias afectadas por el cierre del Puerto de Baltimore.


El cierre del puerto de Baltimore afectará seriamente las cadenas de suministro

By Ninian Carter

March 27, 2024 - Baltimore es el puerto más activo de EUA en exportación de autos, también envía suministros industriales de carbón y asfalto. Probablemente su cierre traerá pérdidas de ingresos de más de 200 millones de dólares al día.

While the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore will have a limited impact on the broader U.S. economy, the city does handle around 3% of all container ship traffic in the country, and is the largest importer/exporter of automobiles.

It’s also the main hub for importing construction equipment and, given its proximity to the Midwest, is the main importer of farming machinery, such as combine harvesters, tractors and hay balers.

Total trade via the port in 2023 amounted to $80 billion – every day Baltimore is closed, $217 million of commerce will not cross its docks.

Industry experts believe the flow of goods in the U.S. will change dramatically as a result of the port’s closure, with importers likely to send their cargoes through west coast ports and then move them on trains eastward to avoid bottlenecks in the east.

The rerouting of goods is likely to cause delivery delays and increase costs.

PUBLISHED: 27/03/2024; STORY: Graphic News