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China shipping: container disruptions inevitable at Ningbo-Zhoushan Port, but impact may be ‘marginal’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As rumours swirl about a possible reopening time frame for a key terminal at the world’s largest port by cargo tonnage, analysts and industry insiders say any problems in the global supply chain could be milder than those seen earlier this year at China’s Yantian Port in Shenzhen.Nonetheless, they expect further disruptions at the Ningbo-Zhoushan Port to be inevitable as a result of Meishan terminal’s closure since August 11 following a worker’s positive coronavirus test.“If the port returns to…

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As rumours swirl about a possible reopening time frame for a key terminal at the world’s largest port by cargo tonnage, analysts and industry insiders say any problems in the global supply chain could be milder than those seen earlier this year at China’s Yantian Port in Shenzhen.Nonetheless, they expect further disruptions at the Ningbo-Zhoushan Port to be inevitable as a result of Meishan terminal’s closure since August 11 following a worker’s positive coronavirus test.“If the port returns to…
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