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Network imbalances threaten to bring more misery for shippers trying to export
‘We know shippers do not have sufficient access to refrigerated containers, ports are facing excess numbers of empties, and terminals and warehousing facilities are dealing with operational difficulties’ — commissioner Daniel Maffei
Staff shortages and quarantine measures threaten the free movement of food supplies across the shipping supply chain
As part of a set of measures designed to clear the logjam of goods piling up at Chinese ports, a compulsory 14-day quarantine period will be removed for non-local drivers from regions deemed to have low virus risks, according to a government document
ONE has encouraged customers to consider a change of destination to alternative ports, especially for time-sensitive cargoes
A Shanghai-based truck company estimates that about 90% of the container truck drivers serving the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo have not yet returned to work affected by travel bans and quarantine rules
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