Virus lockdown sees force majeure at Indian ports
Severe labour shortages at ports and a lack of hinterland connectivity due to the 21-day lockdown in India force some ports to invoke force majeure. The Indian government, however, declares its ports are essential services and as such will remain open
‘We are facing unprecedented odds to sustaining our business’ — Essar Shipping chief executive Ranjit Singh
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