Supply chain disruption in China is easing alongside an apparent slowdown in the spread of the coronavirus.
However, more congestion and capacity shortages are still expected.
Today China reported the fewest new cases since the city of Wuhan went into lockdown on 23 January, according to the South China Morning Post. The flu-like illness has killed 2,118 people on the mainland, with 74,576 confirmed cases.
Stefan Holmqvist, managing director of Norman Global Logistics …
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