Know how efficiently ports are operating, including how performance has changed over time, to make the best decisions on where to send your freight.
Performance is the key metric. It shows the average time from when a vessel arrives to when containers gate out for a look into end to end port processing.
Performance change is the key metric to monitor in this data set for overall port changes
Global vessel events
Import dwell time for all major US ports
Container volumes at all US ports
Aggregated to the port level, per day
Port, region, and national roll-ups included
Last 7 days and prior 8-14 day aggregations included for easy comparison
Port performance monitoring data empowers you to track performance across the ports that are most important to your business. If and when disruptions emerge, port performance data serves as a first-alert system, giving you time to redirect cargo as needed.
Knowing where your containers are located and when they will arrive isn’t enough for visibility. You need data on how your ports of destination are performing so that you can anticipate when your containers will be available for pickup.
Port disruptions can come from various sources. With port performance data in place, your business can be among the first to know when port issues are affecting efficiency, giving you time to redirect your containerized freight.
Vizion’s data includes a last-7-days figure as well as prior 8–14-day aggregations so you can see how trends have changed. You can also access regional and national roll-ups of the data for evaluating East Coast vs. West Coast ports or making other comparisons.
There’s always uncertainty across the global supply chain. Any shipper or LSP needs data from multiple sources to make informed, confident decisions. Vizion’s port performance monitoring works in tandem with other Vizion data to empower you to make the best decisions.