South China is struggling to contain a new Covid-19 outbreak in the Guangzhou region, centered around major port Yantian, where a shutdown is placing great strain on the already overheated container market.
The situation "significantly increases" the risk that the severe lack of capacity in the container market will continue into 2022, says Lars Jensen, analyst and CEO of Vespucci Maritime, to ShippingWatch.
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