Ominous signs for supply chains from new Covid lockdowns in Vietnam and China

The lockdown in South Vietnam has caused a 100,000 teu pile-up at Ho Chi Minh City’s Cat Lai port.
And in China, ports at Shanghai and Ningbo are reportedly also facing additional congestion from new Covid restrictions.
According to Saigon Newport (SNP), yard density at Cat Lai is currently around 85%, with 106,700 teu clogging the terminal, although 2,000 containers were cleared a few days ago.
SNP said it had experienced a “rapid …

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