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Shanghai is out of quarantine

The quarantine that began in  March in Shanghai is over. The effects of Shanghai production shutdown on supply chains have spread across the country and around the world, impacting the supply of critical components. The ships began operating again in Constanta port, the degree of congestion decreasing to 80%. Shanghai: The quarantine started in March in Shanghai has ended. It is estimated that weeks or even months will pass before economic activity returns to normal, given previous experiences: For example in Wuhan, it took almost 1 year for the economy to recover from damage caused by the Covid outbreak and quarantine

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Imports from China – impacted by the Covid crisis

Imports from China – low volumes of goods and reduced maritime space, until mid-June Shanghai – is still in quarantine Shipping lines have announced “blank sailings” by  mid-June Due to the extensive Covid quarantine under which China is still located, the volume of goods available for exports from this region has decreased considerably. The shipping lines have already reduced traffic from Chinese ports, many of them announcing “blank sailings” in several Chinese ports, until the middle of JUNE. Covid-19 situation in Shanghai: Shanghai is still in quarantine, although Covid cases are declining, but control policy is even stricter now than last

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Congestion surcharge in Constanta Port

Export containers – accepted in the terminals of  Constanta Port, only with maximum 7 days before the  ship arrives. Congestion surcharge  – of 500 EUR / container / day, for containers that are not picked up within 7 days from the  ship’s arrival in port. The Constanta Port is facing a major congestion, which is why, from May 5, the export containers will be accepted in the terminal only with a maximum of 7 days before the arrival of the ship. Starting with May 2, it was announced the introduction of a congestion surcharge of 500 EUR/container/day for containers that

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