One of the world's busiest container ports, Yantian International Container Terminals, will most likely reopen Thursday morning after a two-week shutdown of the western part of the port due to a severe Covid-19 outbreak, confirms Mads Drejer, COO of Scan Global Logistics, and Lars Jensen, shipping analyst and CEO of Vespucci Maritime, independently of one another to ShippingWatch.
Yantian International Container Terminals has made no announcements regarding the outbreak in the port, with authorities shutting down the western terminal, imposing quarantine measures and disinfecting the affected areas.
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