Chinese virus restrictions put pressure on MAN Energy Solutions

Two to three weeks of isolation have become a fixed part of the job when employees travel to China, putting pressure on major engine manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions, CEO tells business daily Børsen.

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Tight travel restrictions implemented in China to counter the coronavirus pandemic are creating major problems for MAN Energy Solutions, whose employees must go into state-controlled isolation for two to three weeks upon entry into the country, reports Danish business daily Børsen.

This applies to personnel such as MAN's technical specialists on assignments to install and repair ship engines at Chinese shipyards, and it is a source of concern.

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