Typhoon closes terminals at Shanghai and Ningbo ports

by | Sep 13, 2021

Operations at China’s two largest ports – Shanghai and Ningbo – have been disrupted due to Typhoon Chanthu, with the cyclone predicted to stay around for the next two-three days.

Our contact in the region has reported the following closures:

Shanghai
Yangshan Terminal – closed from 00:00, 13th September
Waigaoqiao Terminal – closed from 06:00, 13th September

Ningbo
Meishan, Daxie and Beilun Terminals – closed from 20:00, 12th September

We anticipate vessel delays at both ports in the coming days.

Please contact your Customer Development Manager for updates or to discuss any concerns.

Don’t forget that Uniserve also offer a range of outstanding airfreight services to complement your existing ocean and land supply chain solutions. For more information, please call 01375 412 331 or email info@ugroup.co.uk

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