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CMA CGM notifies customers of delays following terminal shutdown in China

Following yesterday's shutdown of a terminal in major Chinese port Ningbo due to a worker testing positive for Covid-19, container carriers Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM are already notifying freight customers about coming delays.

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The shutdown of major Chinese port Ningbo, which closed one of its terminals yesterday due to a worker testing positive for Covid-19, is intensifying the pressure in an already chaotic container market.

German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd and French CMA CGM are already notifying their freight customers about coming delays.

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