Congestion in China’s ports puts the brake on European intermodal traffic again

Barge delays have returned just days after European intermodal services reported a return to normality.
Congestion in China is again taking its toll on the inland market.
Operator Contargo warned shippers last week that, from Thursday until yesterday, the EMX Terminal in Rotterdam wouldn’t accept any empty containers.
“Also in Rotterdam, APM Terminals’ Maasvlakte II will not take DG containers until further notice. This affects all modes. We hope for your understanding of …

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