Container volumes at China’s ports increased slightly during January-April, despite the impact from widespread COVID restrictions, including another lockdown in Tianjin.
According to China’s ministry of transport, port volumes increased 1.7% year on year during the period, to 91 million TEU, with 23.6 million handled in April alone.
The COVID-related disruption is continuing at ports across the country, however. In its latest update, Fibs Logistics noted that Tianjin was the latest major port city to go into lockdown.
Read more in an article from The Loadstar.