ONE: Shanghai lockdown extension stunts inland supply chains

aerial view port at shanghai

Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced the possibility of delays across the supply chain due to the extension of the lockdown in Shanghai.

Despite operations remain active at the Port of Shanghai, the company has notified customers that trucking availability is very limited at the moment and the clearance of import cargos has been impacted as a result.

Due to reported constraints in the yard side, the Yangshan and Wai Gao Qiao PH2 terminals have been impacted the most and Dangerous Goods and Reefer may not be allowed to discharge if the quantity cannot be accommodated.

The company has announced that it will arrange alternative discharging operations if congestion escalates further and it will keep monitoring the situation.

Shipping line Maersk also reported that some depots in Shanghai will remain close until further notice.

The municipal health commission of Shanghai reported 311 confirmed locally transmitted cases and 16,766 local asymptomatic carriers on 5 April.

The city began its two-stage lockdown on 28 March, whilst other terminals across China have been shut down earlier.

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