As South Africa cleans up after days of civil unrest and widespread looting, shippers and ocean carriers are beginning to see operations normalise at the nation’s citrus export hub of Durban.
The crisis is the latest disruption for the overstretched liner networks and container fleets, following the Suez Canal blockage and Yantian lockdown.
However, there is likely to be a longer-term impact for South Africa’s fruit growers and exporters as they attempt …
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