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Shenzhen port locked down again

Date de publication

15 March 2022

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The Covid crisis is hitting supply chains again.

 

The city of Shenzhen is now subject to a full lockdown lasting at least one week.

Staff are subject to mobility restrictions and access to the terminals is now strictly regulated by the authorities, notably for drivers delivering goods.

 

Our Chinese subsidiary informs us that some companies and warehouses are also closed.

 

Elsewhere, the cities of Shanghai, Qingdao and Tianjin are also experiencing partial lockdowns.

 

For now, the port of Ningbo seems to be an alternative for ships to dock.

 

Congestion is obviously expected in the coming weeks, entailing further delays.

We remain on alert, and will keep you informed of developments.

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