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China’s Covid-19 port quarantine for shipping crew stokes delays ahead of Lunar New Year

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Feeder operators at ports in southern China are extending service suspensions by at least six weeks over the Lunar New Year holiday due to strict quarantine measures for shipping crew, in a move that may further disrupt snarled supply chains, industry insiders say.Feeder operators own medium-sized ships that transport containers between small ports and major container terminals where they are loaded onto larger vessels.Global shipping giants such as Ocean Network Express, Hapag-Lloyd and…

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Feeder operators at ports in southern China are extending service suspensions by at least six weeks over the Lunar New Year holiday due to strict quarantine measures for shipping crew, in a move that may further disrupt snarled supply chains, industry insiders say.Feeder operators own medium-sized ships that transport containers between small ports and major container terminals where they are loaded onto larger vessels.Global shipping giants such as Ocean Network Express, Hapag-Lloyd and…
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