Most of China’s manufacturers are back online in some capacity, but new supply chain risks are emerging.
Normal Global Logistics (NGL) estimates that, in the wake of the country’s coronavirus lockdown, 90% to 95% of factories have returned to operation in most provinces – except Hubei.
“Several factories still have reduced production, due to a shortage of raw materials and labour,” said NGL, adding that larger factories had managed to get up …
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Source: The Loadstar